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Old 10-06-2013, 09:40 PM   #1
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Looking for a "center piece" fish

So I recently started an Elos system 120 (94 gallon display + about a 30 gallon sump). I have successfully transferred all my fish, corals and live rock. I have close to 45-50 pounds of live rock from my old 40 gallon, plus I added about 75 pounds of dry rock. Tank is fully cycled and good to go. Current livestock:

golden pygmy angel
Male Hawaiian Flame wrasse
Male initial phase eightline flasher wrasse
male juvenile royal flasher wrasse
male naokoa wrasse
male initial phase Paracheilinus Attenuatus (Diamond Tail Flasher wrasse)
pair of bonded gold flake maroon clowns
springeri pseudochromis
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I have a few more fish in mind on the smaller side, but I really want that "centerpiece" fish. I'm sure some of you guys get it. Opinions please!
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:41 PM   #2
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How about a tomini or bristetooth tang? They would be fine in a 94g tank. they swim alot and have greaqt personality. :_)
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How about a tomini or bristetooth tang? They would be fine in a 94g tank. they swim alot and have greaqt personality. :_)
+1. A smaller tang would really bring the tank to life
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Hmm. I do kind of like bristletooth tangs
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:52 PM   #5
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I'll take more suggestions!

How many fish are considered "max"?
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Old 10-07-2013, 12:37 AM   #7
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Get a chevron like me! You're used to spending mucho bucks on fish. Or get a fox face. Every tank big enough needs to have one.
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Which kind of foxface? Why don't you text me this crap! lol
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Because I like having my input here too! Lol. Plus you didn't ask my opinion first. I'll text you.
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