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Old 08-30-2005, 02:31 PM   #1
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Fish selection again

I know there are lists out there and all but my question is
in my search for what fish I want and what fish will work together I found
http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/s...fm?pCatId=1926

Is this a good list to work from? I like it because I can see the fish and it has some basic info on each fish.
I am lookinf to start with a FOWLR tank and then add coral as I get more established and I find the cash and money.
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This site has a compatability list also...http://www.aquariumadvice.com/SWCompatibility.php

ALso, the thing about FOWLR, then converting to reef is that you still have to stock (fish) as though there is a reef. IMO, it'd be easier to do it that way rather than upset your tank trying to catch fish later that aren't reef safe.
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oh I was planning on stocking the tank as if it was a reef.

I think my main thought is to cash, I want to build slow so that I can spread the cost out over time
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There are many other benefits to stocking slow. Good show!

What size tank?

Kudos.
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There are some potential problems with he pae you listed. They may be hearty animals, but may not do well together in the same tank.
Do some research here. This is an unbiased study, we have nothing to sell.
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