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Old 03-23-2006, 09:57 PM   #1
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ok for 65 gallons

2 false percula clowns
1 flame angel
1hippo tang
1copperband butterfly

tell me what you think
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I'd say no to any tang if its the same as my tank 36x18x24. I wouldnt get a copperband butterfly either. So far I have a lawnmower blenny, and 2 black false percula clownfish. I'm going to get a Royal Gramma Basslet, and a fairy wrasse. That will probably be the end of my stock list. I was planning on getting a flame angel, but since im planning corals down the road I decided against it.
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I would also pass on the tang. The copperband is doable but while require some daily time and devotion on your part otherwise pick a different fish.
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how do you think a raccon butterfly would do instead of a copperband
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A raccoon is borderline for a 65. Keep in mind if you get one you will not be able to have inverts or corals.
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Old 03-23-2006, 11:18 PM   #6
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yea I know thanks for your reply
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