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Old 05-01-2011, 10:50 AM   #11
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Welcome to AA, and as the others have mentioned you will get some great advice on here. Please make sure to do your due diligence before buying livestock. The blue hippo tang (dory fish) could not happily exist in your tank. So far though you seem to be on track, chromis are nice schooling fish, and can definitely thrive in your system.
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Welcome! If your goal is the Nemo tank, Take a look at this article. You might find it helpful.

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After reading that I am pretty sure it's impossible, or close to it, to have a nemo tank. The moorish idol alone is really hard.
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Welcome! If your goal is the Nemo tank, Take a look at this article. You might find it helpful.

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Thanks for that guide lol now I can tell the guard at work he better decide on getting an ocean not an aquarium.
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Old 05-01-2011, 02:34 PM   #15
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Or separate tanks except for the angler and the sharks lol
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Old 05-01-2011, 02:46 PM   #16
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Your cuc will take care of it in less than a day its what they "live" for!!!!
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Old 05-02-2011, 06:15 AM   #17
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Welcome! If your goal is the Nemo tank, Take a look at this article. You might find it helpful.

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Hey great article...

Very helpful,

At the moment I don't have any cuc as all my fish died ages ago and have since pretty much let the tank re cycle and added more LR.

Are there any other fish that would go in my 75g tank apart from the ones in the article?

What nice coloured fish that grows to a max 3-4 inches that I can put with say 2nemos, 6 chromis, 2-3 gurgle, and a few CUC such as 1-2 crabs and 1-2 peppermint shrimp.

Thanks heaps everyone do appreciate it

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you can maybe put in a dwarf angel.
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Old 05-02-2011, 06:50 AM   #19
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Ok cool...

What's the name of the fish that's eats sand and spits it back out from the side of it's mouth?

Also I've attached a pic and circled something that we spotted growing on a rock. It only comes out when the lights on, it does look different then the aptasias I had growing o I'm not sure what this is. The tentacles are a lot smaller then the aphasia and the root is a lot thicker. Anyone know what this is?

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Sorry better picture quality attached

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