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Old 06-01-2007, 08:30 PM   #11
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You will not be disapointed. The royal gramma is one of my favorite fish. I love the color and how the purple fades to yellow. It adds wonderful movement and color to the SW tank. It will be able to hold its own with the established fish as well.
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I had a YT and a Kole tang for several yrs but I do agree that that three tangs in a 72 will be too much. How about a small school of Blue-green Chromis.
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Old 06-02-2007, 01:33 AM   #13
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How about a small school of Blue-green Chromis.


I have three in my QT now. They're really more fun to watch than I realized! Somewhere I saw them described as "aqua poodles"! It's a good analogy! (Except they're not yippy and under your feet all the time.)
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Ok, I did go look at some nice royal gramma's but I then spotted a longnosed hawkfish. Would the hawkfish work in place of the royal gramma?
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You may have some issues with the hawkfish and inverts...mainly, you inverts may become dinner for the hakfish. The royal gramma is a better option and a wonderful fish.
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