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Old 10-12-2012, 09:34 PM   #81
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Trigger I don't think is reef safe :/ but it sounds great! Maybe get another fish besides trigger. Idk what though.
Definitely risky to add a trigger. Lions are supposedly risky with some LPSs from what I've heard. I could be wrong. I've never kept predators.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:38 PM   #82
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Definitely risky to add a trigger. Lions are supposedly risky with some LPSs from what I've heard. I could be wrong. I've never kept predators.
Hmmm.. yeah I never have either so I have no clue lol just don't wanna set up the tank and get the eel(bc I really want one) and then not be able to add anything i like..

But a stock list of what I said is okay? Other than the trigger?? What else would u recommend??
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:53 PM   #83
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Predator "reefs" shouldn't be stocked as heavily as predator FOWLR tanks. If you'd add another fish I'd recommend a large clown like a maroon.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:57 PM   #84
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Yeah! Get the lion, eel, foxface, and a large aggressive clown! That'd be a pretty cool tank! And that should be low enough bioload to jeep water clean
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How big do maroon clowns get??
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You'd have to check online but I think like 4-6 inch?
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:49 PM   #87
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You'd have to check online but I think like 4-6 inch?
Interesting.... yeah I'll check out everything eventually.. still days away lol but thank you n everyone for your advice!!!
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Could get a big tomato clown too, they're pretty aggressive too and would probably be able to hold their own.
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Could get a big tomato clown too, they're pretty aggressive too and would probably be able to hold their own.
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
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Yeah. They're pretty cool lookin
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