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Old 12-03-2012, 08:12 PM   #801
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now i know some of you think i shouldnt do the blue tang but i really want one and ill have plenty of time before i need/will upgrade but, is there anything else you think would go good with this list?? any other additions?? i dont want an overstocked tank obviously, but im not sure on what my limit is and/or if im already there
Wouldn't do a Tomini Tang (saw somebody liked them) with a Kole (same family). I have read that a 4 line wrasse looks similar to a 6 line without the possible aggression issues. For CUC I have 4 Conchs, 6 Trochus Snails, 4 Bumble Bee Snails, 3 Peppermint Shrimp (they really ate the Aptasia I had), 2 Emerald Crabs, and 1 Blood Shrimp (wife had to have it). This crew keeps my 90g pretty clean. Along with the Kole and Yellow Tangs.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:22 PM   #802
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Wouldn't do a Tomini Tang (saw somebody liked them) with a Kole (same family). I have read that a 4 line wrasse looks similar to a 6 line without the possible aggression issues. For CUC I have 4 Conchs, 6 Trochus Snails, 4 Bumble Bee Snails, 3 Peppermint Shrimp (they really ate the Aptasia I had), 2 Emerald Crabs, and 1 Blood Shrimp (wife had to have it). This crew keeps my 90g pretty clean. Along with the Kole and Yellow Tangs.
A 4 line wrasse is also ALOT more expensive in my neck of the woods lol so I think I'll b good with a six line haha
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:29 PM   #803
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A 4 line wrasse is also ALOT more expensive in my neck of the woods lol so I think I'll b good with a six line haha
Never priced one. Just a suggestion. I like the Clown Wrasse and that was only $40 (which I think is a steal for anything salt water).
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:33 PM   #804
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Never priced one. Just a suggestion. I like the Clown Wrasse and that was only $40 (which I think is a steal for anything salt water).
Yeah I think I saw on at my LFS for like $60-70...
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Yeah I think I saw on at my LFS for like $60-70...
You need a new lfs or to take a trip to Rochester NY
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You need a new lfs or to take a trip to Rochester NY
Lol my LFS is the only place around that has a ton of fish and its only 5 mins from me.. I could always order online too
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I love my 6 line - he's not aggressive at all but is small maybe 1.5-2 inches. He's happily swimming in the tank i've only had him for a week.
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I love my 6 line - he's not aggressive at all but is small maybe 1.5-2 inches. He's happily swimming in the tank i've only had him for a week.
Good to hear! I can't wait til I can start putting fish in
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Good to hear! I can't wait til I can start putting fish in
How are you coming with a light fixture?
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How are you coming with a light fixture?
Still saving up.. might be a little bit with Christmas coming up n all.. just gotta keep saving up.. just incase u don't know I plan on getting 2 Dimmable 165w LED lights to hang over top of the tank
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