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Old 11-01-2011, 06:22 PM   #1
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Biocube 29 reef stock ideas

Just saw a picture of an orange throat pikeblenny On LA. Omg. Wow. Since I cant stay settled on a stock list I'm going to throw out a few ideas and you guys choose the best one...

List A:
1 occelaris clown
1 royal gramma
1 bangaii cardinal
1 orange throat pikeblenny
1 yellow head jaw fish

List B:
2 occelaris clowns
1 royal gramma
1 bangaii cardinal
1 goby(pink spot or yellow watchman)

List C
1 occelaris clown
1 royal gramma
1 bangaii cardinal
1 yellow watchman goby
1 orange throat pikeblenny

List D
1 ocellaris clown
1 royal gramma
1 bangaii cardinal
1 yellow head jawfish
1 orange throat pikeblenny
1 goby
(too much?)

I love list D but 6 fish....:/
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:25 PM   #2
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I like option c.
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:25 PM   #3
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I like List B. You could get two different types of Ocellaris Clowns, that would look nice! I pretty much like all of the options though, not sure what a Pinkthroat Pikeblenny is. I will look it up now.
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I had to look it up too. lol
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:27 PM   #5
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Orange throat pike blennys are amazing lookinghttp://www.liveaquaria.com/product/p...35&pcatid=3035
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Old 11-01-2011, 06:45 PM   #6
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I think I'll do this:
1 clown
1 bangaii cardinal
1 yellow head jawfish
1 royal gramma
1 goby
And the pikeblenny.

I realize that it's a bit over stocked... Should I do it? I won't if you guys don't recomend it. I want to do it right.
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I had to look it up too. lol
LOL, I just found it! It kind of looks like a snake, very cool!
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I think it could work, it's not like youre gonna add them all in at once. I would go slow and if your tank can handle it then very nice!
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I agree.

Go slow, keep an eye on your parameters, and if all goes well, continue adding fish.
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I think it could work, it's not like youre gonna add them all in at once. I would go slow and if your tank can handle it then very nice!
Great! I'll be adding a new fish with some corals every 2-3 weeks. I'll have a fuge full of macro and two different filtration medias so filtration should be hefty.
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