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Old 12-13-2010, 05:03 PM   #1
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Lunare Wrasse & Friends

Hi everyone,
I curretly have a 125g with a sailfin, lunare wrasse, foxface and lion fish with hermit crabs. I had planned on making the tank an aggressive one, but my 60g reef gets better reviews. I added different seeweed to the tank, but the fox & sailfin gobble it down. I just wanted more movement and I thought I would blend more inverts into my big tank.

I know the lunare is going to be a problem, but are there any inverts he doesn't eat? Polyps? Mushrooms? I have basic lights. Any ideas?
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