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Old 09-08-2005, 02:56 PM   #11
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Those are nice! How many would you suggest?
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Old 09-08-2005, 03:48 PM   #13
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How about a clown tang? Love them.

Like to add one into my upcomeing 120 gal. Also, I think sailfin tangs are awesome. Small cluster of Antias maybe?

I know! Ornate wrasse. Love them too
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i was gonna say cardinals too
they do hide a bit but are cool fish
throw in 6 cromis too
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I have never had good luck with any dwarf angel in my reef. I spend more time trying to catch them then it is worth. The constant nipping will just cause the coral to retract and not extend, it is not like they are doing a lot of damage.
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What do you suggest I add to the fish line up?
Got a royal gramma in there yet?
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I dont see why you wont be able to add both the 5 BC's and the gramma..

Once the BC's grow accustom to your tank they'll begin to hang out the front of your tank, whereas the gramma will certainly add some personality amongst the rockwork..!
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