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Old 10-15-2011, 09:27 PM   #21
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IMO I wouldn't get a big fish.. The bigger the fish the smaller your tank looks
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Old 10-15-2011, 10:16 PM   #22
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IMO I wouldn't get a big fish.. The bigger the fish the smaller your tank looks
Well by big I ment big in proportion to the other fish which are relatively small...like the size of a dwarf angelfish.
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:30 AM   #23
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sorry i keep going stock list crazy guys but i have made my FINAL fish stock list....

2 ocellaris clowns
1 royal gramma
1 yellow watchman goby
AND..... ________

i have no idea about the last one but i guess ill figure that out later.
what do you guys think?!?!?!?
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Old 10-18-2011, 10:22 PM   #24
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UPDATE:
I'm still looking for a tank... I'm really interested in the biocubes. I'm going to see if I can find one on Craigslist.
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Old 10-19-2011, 12:26 AM   #25
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Have you thought about a reef safe wrasse like a sixline? I think if you did a sixline, you could do some "higher end" clowns like platinum, picasso, black &White or Black Ice clowns as your main attraction fish.
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Have you thought about a reef safe wrasse like a sixline? I think if you did a sixline, you could do some "higher end" clowns like platinum, picasso, black &White or Black Ice clowns as your main attraction fish.
I LOVE the Picasso clowns. I'll keep that in mind. Could I put a black and white ocellaris and a regular ocellaris together?
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certainly should be able to. Just like people fish dont always get along but for the most part it works.

on the first page you asked about hermits... anything with a claw has the potential to kill, hermits are generally reef safe, the exception is the giant one that lives in a queen conch, but in reality if they were hungry....

Also i know you said you're looking for a biocube, but jbj nanos and redsea 130's are complete nano systems as well, jbj's are typically a little more expensive and the redsea's quite a bit more. You never know though someone might be willing to lose some cash to get the tank that p___ed them off out of the house. I know i saw a redsea going for 250 once and was like darnit...
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certainly should be able to. Just like people fish dont always get along but for the most part it works.

on the first page you asked about hermits... anything with a claw has the potential to kill, hermits are generally reef safe, the exception is the giant one that lives in a queen conch, but in reality if they were hungry....

Also i know you said you're looking for a biocube, but jbj nanos and redsea 130's are complete nano systems as well, jbj's are typically a little more expensive and the redsea's quite a bit more. You never know though someone might be willing to lose some cash to get the tank that p___ed them off out of the house. I know i saw a redsea going for 250 once and was like darnit...
Thanks!! I will definatly look into hermits and those other tanks. Thanks
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Oh and also could I put a Picasso clown with another type? Do they all mix well?
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Oh and also could I put a Picasso clown with another type? Do they all mix well?
Picasso needs a big tank. They are also, IMO, not truly reef safe. But they are so cool, they warrant their own tank.
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