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Old 07-08-2006, 12:42 PM   #1
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Last fish in 125 Reef

I have IMO maxed out my fish load in my 125 reef, so I wanted the last fish to be a nice one.
Not the best pic but you can see how nice this guy is. He is makign a new home in the pic. This morning he is in another home he made last night.. This guy is all over the tank. Today is his 4th home that I know of in a weeks time.
Blue spotted Jawfish..



well I hope its the last fish, we all know how that goes...
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I'm in the process of setting up a 125 gallon reef, so, for my future stocking reference, how many other fish do you have, and what type are they?
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Old 07-08-2006, 02:07 PM   #3
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Wow that fish is beautiful!
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I'm in the process of setting up a 125 gallon reef, so, for my future stocking reference, how many other fish do you have, and what type are they?
This question can have man answers.. That is why I put IMO my tank is at max.. Some whould have said I was at max a while ago.
My tank is 4 years old and I run a fuge and do regular water changes so my NO3 is 0 all the time now. If I had any NO3 I would have stopped adding fish long ago.

I have a Naso and Scopus tank, Mated GSM clowns, 2 Chromis, 2 YT Damsels, Mandaren, BS Jawfish, Rusty Angel, Royal Gramma, 2 fire fish, Austrailian Scotts Fairy wrasse.
I'm sure some will say its way over sotcked.. For me as long as my tank is stable I'm happy and the fish are all fat and happy..
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Old 07-08-2006, 04:03 PM   #5
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that is one purdy fish!!
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That is a freakin awesome fish! How does your rusty angel do in your reef?
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Look at that cute little face. Dont it make you just want to pull him out and cuddle him. SOO CUTE!
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I'm new to this, but that does seem like a lot of fish. Gives me hope!
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That is an awesome fish. I have always admired them from afar, as they are a bit out of my price range
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