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Old 05-23-2011, 02:33 PM   #21
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What is the length of your 180g?
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Old 05-23-2011, 02:40 PM   #22
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well,i know its not reef safe and might eat your other fish,but what about a lionfish?
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Considering he specified reef safe fish, a lionfishwould not be a possibility.
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Considering he specified reef safe fish, a lionfishwould not be a possibility.
i know,but if i did saltwater i would have to have a lionfish.
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Yes they are interesting, but the op is asking for interesting reef safe fish. So discussing lionfish is off topic.
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Long nose hawkfish are really, really awesome. I've trained mine to merch on my hand while he eats. They have no swim bladder so they just chill on a rock out in the open.

Anthias are a better choice than chromis IMO. They are a lot more showy and will definitely liven up the tank. One male and 6-7 female redbar anthias is an awesome display. A sixline wrasse could go in there too.
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i know,but if i did saltwater i would have to have a lionfish.
the tank is 6 feet......


.... maybe i should add a shark too?
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Yes, a shark and a ray would be AWESOME! Reef safe, no, awesome, yes.
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