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Old 10-12-2012, 11:28 PM   #91
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Yeah I thought of a tomato clown too but if I had to choose between that and a maroon, I think id go with the maroon just bc of color and patterns
Yeah, they're prettier than tomato, and supposedly max at 6", vs 5" for tomato. Was just throwing another type of fish out there.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:30 PM   #92
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Yeah, they're prettier than tomato, and supposedly max at 6", vs 5" for tomato. Was just throwing another type of fish out there.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:39 PM   #93
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Ok just doin a lil research online and I think I'm compiled a list of fish that I really like(that aren't consider nano) depending on which route I go, id fill in with some nano fish of some sort.

-snowflake eel
-dwarf lion
-foxface lo
-hippo tang
-kole yellow eye tang
-yellow longnose butterfly
-tear drop butterfly
-copperband butterfly
-bristletooth tomini tang
-maroon clownfish

All of these fish are considered "reef safe" to "with caution."

I know the hippo tang gets quite large but if I decided to get one, it'd be awhile before he got too large(then I could transfer).

So if ya can just give me a few scenarios of what you think would be a cool set up, that'd be awesome!
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:43 PM   #94
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All the butterflies are risky and tough to feed I would just stick to one if any
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:44 PM   #95
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Well yeah im not saying all of them haha just a list of ones I like so I figure mix n match ya know? Obviously one butterfly per tank and 1 tang per tank unless added at the same time
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How about the snowflake, a fu man chu lion, maroon clown, kole yellow eye tang, and the either the fox face or a butterfly.
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How about the snowflake, a fu man chu lion, maroon clown, kole yellow eye tang, and the either the fox face or a butterfly.
Hmm not bad.. kole yellow would be a good replacement for a trigger that I originally wanted..

Gonna be tricky to make a reef with these guys!!! Lol
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Hmm not bad.. kole yellow would be a good replacement for a trigger that I originally wanted..

Gonna be tricky to make a reef with these guys!!! Lol
Yes but doable lol just gonna have to choose corals accordingly instead of the other way around haha
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Yes but doable lol just gonna have to choose corals accordingly instead of the other way around haha
Yeah I guess so haha..
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Any other scenarios???
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