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Old 08-23-2011, 06:17 PM   #1
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i want a new fish!! but what?

i have a 55 gal with 30 gal sump/fuge. tons of rock and and it is a reef tank. in it i have 2 clowns (the cheaper ones) sorry cant remember the name, and a royal gramma. 3 shrimp and the cuc. i would like a larger colorful fish that will swim all over, but i dont know what to get.... any ideas? the lfs guy suggested a blue tang,but i know it wont be good for the tang.
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Fairy / Flasher wrasse? Lots of them out there and they have amazing colors.
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Possum Wrasse maybe?
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Old 08-23-2011, 07:38 PM   #4
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DO NOT do get that tang! NO tangs should be put into a tank less than 90g MINIMUM! Blue tangs need AT LEAST a 6ft. tank. Those wrasses are very good choices.
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Yeah, edit.... your LFS guy is an apparent idiot. Missed that part. Nice catch crister.
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DO NOT do get that tang! NO tangs should be put into a tank less than 90g MINIMUM! Blue tangs need AT LEAST a 6ft. tank. Those wrasses are very good choices.
yup i know... he just wants the money... and i went to the other lfs in town and they tried to sell me a blue tang as well..

so those rases are reef safe? cool what about a lepard rase?
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