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Old 03-25-2012, 03:09 AM   #11
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Sorry for misunderstanding but even so there is a chance they won't eat it then you'd have a fish too big in a tank too small. Bare min is 4 feet and that's only for a tomini or kole tang.
Alright thanks, what do you think about getting a juvenile/small kole or tomini for a few months then sell it and repeat the pattern? If not what types of fish would you recommend for my requirements/wants
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Old 03-25-2012, 03:19 AM   #12
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Alright thanks, what do you think about getting a juvenile/small kole or tomini for a few months then sell it and repeat the pattern? If not what types of fish would you recommend for my requirements/wants
I wouldn't do it. There are still other nice fish like chromis, clowns, firefish, gobies, blennies, dartfish, wrasses, and more.
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Old 03-25-2012, 11:44 AM   #13
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Joe's Juice or peppermint shrimp will help with aiptasia, snails will help with most other algae. Most frag tanks that I am aware are fishless. I rarely buy a frag from a tank that has fish because I then need a full QT regimen before adding it to my DT.
I do use ReVive as cleaner and CoralRx as dips for corals followed by a couple of baths in tank water before placing them.
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Okay, thanks everyone for all the help
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