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Old 10-26-2008, 12:35 PM   #11
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I cannot for the life of me recall what the other larger fish is called....I do remember that he is some kind of Psuedo Angel/butterfly??? Can anyone help with that???
Hard to say without a clearer pic, but I would guess maybe acanthurus tristis - mimic tang.
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Old 10-26-2008, 01:26 PM   #12
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looks great so far. i really like how you put the rock together
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Well as you can see....I have no coral life yet other than my leather....so when I do start getting these....I will have to be watching him...lucky for him I have 2 other tanks that he could be placed in
Tangs should not cause you any problems with corals.
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Tangs should not cause you any problems with corals.
Not the mimic tang....but the damsel
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Hard to say without a clearer pic, but I would guess maybe acanthurus tristis - mimic tang.

That is it!!!! Thank You very much !!!
I just could not for the life of me remember that....I am now keeping an electronic log of my tanks and was trying to remember what it was called!!! Perfect ID on it now that you said that !!!! I remember!!!!!!!!!!!
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looks great so far. i really like how you put the rock together
Thank You!!
Unfortunately....That is all the rock I have for now.....Was thinking of doing some DIY rock to help with costs!!
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Mine decided to eat my zoas that is why I got him out of the tank. He never messed with any other coral in my tank though.
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should I be worried about a mini cycle with this transfer?
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Thank You!!
Unfortunately....That is all the rock I have for now.....Was thinking of doing some DIY rock to help with costs!!
do whatever.....thats what makes this hobby so much fun!
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should I be worried about a mini cycle with this transfer?

It is certainly possible. Be ready to do PWCs and test your water along the way.
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