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Old 10-30-2008, 01:08 AM   #1
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not sure what fish to get next...

since my cardinal died a while ago my bio load has lightened up a bit, so now i can fit one last fish in the tank. im lookin for somethin colorful, active, out of the ordinary, and maybe blue. i dont plan on gettin the fish for another ehhhhh, probly month or two so i have some time to work on other aspects of the tank like corals and inverts, also i will need out of town for almost a week so i dont want to risk another loss while im gone.
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:33 PM   #2
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Why are you looking for a new fish when you can look for a new larger tank to buy!!! Eh Eh? Sounds good to me....lol. I could only think of a blue chromis or blue damsel? Those are the smaller ones and that would fit the best.
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im gettin a 55 from my uncle whenever we can get together, we have been tryn for the past few weeks but with my hockey and his "saving the country" (as my dad calls it) stuff so its hard to find a day that we're both free. ive lookedatt he chromis but it looks kinda normal in a way, im thinkin more cool patterns and such. the dmasels seem a little too agressive for me. i was thinkin more along the lines of a wrasse.
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Old 10-30-2008, 08:25 PM   #4
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im still not really finding much that i like. i like a bunch of the wrasses but idk if they would do ok. i like eome of the damsels but i know that they get aggressive. and i also like a ton of the dwarf angles but idk if any would do good in my tank.
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Old 11-01-2008, 07:24 PM   #5
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ok so im just going to make a list and see what feedback i can get i guess.
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6 line wrasse
bicolor psuedochromis
royal grama
yellow tail damsel
blue sapphire damsel
azure damsel
longfin fairy wrasse
mccoskers flasher wrasse

maybe more, ill update it l8er prbly.
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:19 PM   #6
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That seems like a compatible assortment of fish. I'm sure someone else will shine in on the topic.
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Old 11-03-2008, 08:04 PM   #7
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My vote is for the 6 line wrasse or royal gramma. Any dwarf angel brings the risk of coral nipping. Most of the damsels are too agressive.
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thats wut i was thinkin, jw but why not the other wrasses, i might just risk the coral nipping tho, thy are soo awesome i just dont kno if i can resist. still not sure.
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I just got a baby royal gramma yesterday. Very cute and colorful! As well as pretty reef safe and peaceful for the most part. I'd recommend one
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how active are the grammas?
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