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Old 09-11-2005, 05:05 PM   #1
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ok i am going to get into saltwater YAY!!

Ok this is a list and what im looking for as advice. i looked on Dr fosters and smith and looked up all the fishies that caught my eye! i would like to know if there can be a combination of 1 more more of these fine animals!
ohh and this will be a 75 gallon FOWLR

Angel (dwarf)
- LionFish
-Squirrel Fish
-Clownfish
-Dragon Wrasse
- Coral Catfish
-Dragon Sea moth
-Sea Goblin
-Bicolor Goatfish
-Flashlight fish
-Marine Betta
-Spotted CardinalFish
-Volitan Lionfish
-Kaudern's Cardinals
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A lot of the fish listed will eat smaller fish and inverts so you need to remember that.
What type of filtration do you plan on having, skimmer?
Sw is not a cheap hobby and is totaly different the FW.
Do some reading on the fish you listed, pick up a marine fish book at the LFS or book store.
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Yikes, the lion fish will feast on the smaller fish!
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Old 09-12-2005, 05:47 PM   #4
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yeah, lol i am lookin for a compatible tank with some of these guys. Ok well does anyone have a 75g or know somone who has a 75 with diffrent kinds of fish, i just want either exotic or Many colorfull ones, it can be a speices only tank, but i prefer a community like one
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