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Old 11-29-2012, 11:10 AM   #11
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The yellow tang has now gone, an the maroon will be nxt to come out wen I can catch him so no worries there, I'm thinking of adding a pair of blue jaws in their place stunning fish and I can get them at a bargain price ..
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:18 AM   #12
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The yellow tang has now gone, an the maroon will be nxt to come out wen I can catch him so no worries there, I'm thinking of adding a pair of blue jaws in their place stunning fish and I can get them at a bargain price ..
Good news i was more worried about the maroon killing the other two than anything so glad hes going. By blue jaws are you referring to blue jaw triggers? If so i would advise against it especially 2. They simply need more space.

I think a dwarf angel, maybe a flame or coral beauty would be something to look into. Perfect for this size tank. But only 1 dwarf angel, they will not get along with other angels.
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Yeah been looking at them dwarf angels last night to be hones, as for the triggers our lfs has had them in for weeks an not sold them just feel sorry for them is all LOL
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:36 AM   #14
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Yeah been looking at them dwarf angels last night to be hones, as for the triggers our lfs has had them in for weeks an not sold them just feel sorry for them is all LOL
Lol yeah i feel sorry for every fish i see in a fish store lol, I have to tell my wife no every time. Just remember that successful tanks depend very much on compatibility between the inhabitant and its environment (tank). It can be tricky to balance and sometimes hit or miss but general guidelines will avert most catastrophes.
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Old 11-29-2012, 04:36 PM   #15
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Went with your advise, we now have a coral beauty in our marine family lol all be it a bit shy as she has only been in an hour, but still can't wait to see her swimming around with her tank mates.
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Awesome tank! Keep it up!
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:04 PM   #17
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Love the tank especially the sponge! How long have you had the tank?
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Went with your advise, we now have a coral beauty in our marine family lol all be it a bit shy as she has only been in an hour, but still can't wait to see her swimming around with her tank mates.
Cool stuff man, should be a nice tank mate. Give her a few days and she will come around.
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Yeah you can see why she's called a coral beauty, she's out an about abit now, but yeah stunning.
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I like your tank. Just curious, because I'm new, do you put your LR against the glass?
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