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Old 11-20-2011, 09:06 PM   #91
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I would only do one. MAYBE if you do only like 5 fish then you could get away with two. Idk though. And I hope I never came across as rude. Just here to help
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I would only do one. MAYBE if you do only like 5 fish then you could get away with two. Idk though. And I hope I never came across as rude. Just here to help
we are cool, you werent rude, i will think about stocking ideas and report back tomorow
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And I wasnt trying to be a jerk it's just frustrating
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And I wasnt trying to be a jerk it's just frustrating
we are all cool, i just didnt rally understand the whole tang- swim space- gallonage ratio thingy
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They like to swim with having to turn around because another fish is always in their way.. It's like trying to walk and havin some one alway in it face.. U would get stress like them
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Without havin to turn around^*****
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Old 11-20-2011, 09:17 PM   #97
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we are all cool, i just didnt rally understand the whole tang- swim space- gallonage ratio thingy
Ther is no "gallonage ratio" per say. Its not like, ok it fits, i can add tons more. Tangs are active fish! They usually have the entire ocean to swim through, but its stuck with 75 gallons. So, it is best to put only one, with some smaller fish. Get it? I hope i wasnt rude!
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Plus you'll be able to get a large angel!!!! You could even do a school of chromis if you wanted. You'll have alot of options.
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i dont think there is any large angel i could get
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Yeah I just checked LA... Fail on my part:/ haha but have you looked and non reef safe wrasses?
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