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Old 06-16-2004, 11:21 PM   #1
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I am looking to stock my 90 gallon reef set up. It is fully cycled with about a 4" DSB and 185 lbs LR. I was thinking about adding 2 Tank Bred Ocellaris Clownfish and a bi-color blenny to start. Will this be too much bio-load to start off with. I have to order my fish online so i want to get as much as possible with each order to cut back on the amount of times i have to pay for shipping. TIA!
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Not even close to being to much. Trust me I would know 8O
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Not even close to being to much. Trust me I would know 8O
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i plan on it...have a filter pad going now to seed it

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