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Old 04-07-2011, 01:17 PM   #171
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LOL such decisions we have huh? I figured one more swimmer as well but no idea what. Maybe i will stick with the tang and gramma. I was thinking a pj cardinal or two tops, they are floaters or maybe a begaii cardinal. again with the floaters hehe.

My tank looks so empty, the blenny and goby are always hiding so I have like 4 fish I can see.
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Dwarf angels are pretty active swimmers, but its hit or miss whether they chose to dine on your corals. That's a pretty expensive meal.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:25 PM   #173
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Thats another fish that has me paranoid to put it in. I dont have alot of corals but the ones I have I happen to like alot! lol
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What about a puffer, some of the small spotted ones are fine with clowns and small fish.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:30 PM   #175
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For now I only have a 55g. I thought the puffer took up a lot of space? I like the big brown ones with the blue eyes.
I also heard they can spit out a poision too.
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Not all puffers are large. Look up blue spotted Toby. They don't require much space at all.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:34 PM   #177
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cool will do that now.

It says they are not reef compatible. i also think its kinds dopey looking LOL
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They are quite fun to watch as they weave the rock work, I had one die a few days ago unfortunately, still unsure of the cause, the water is pristine.
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Live aquarium has some good profiles and pics, there are a few that would suit your tank just fine.
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Live aquaria....stupid autocorrect.
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