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Old 04-03-2012, 12:54 PM   #11
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Yes I would add last. Mine actually started to mess with my porc puffer so I grabbed him out before chop let him have it and returned him. Also they will eat parasites off other fish so if the others are sensitive they might not respond well to that. It's something to consider before buying one.
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Okay awesome, we might want a 2spot bristletooth tang, but we are not sure yet. Also considering a exquisit fairy wrasse and the bannerfish, which should be added last? Are bannetfish prone to ich?
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they'll eat just about anything. I've never had one that was aggressive so you can put it in whenever.
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Sweet i kinda want to add one next... haha are they expensive?
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not really 30 to 40 dollars depending on the size
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:34 PM   #16
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Sounds decent enough. Dang, weve got to save for some expensive fish! We want a flame, so thatll be 30-40 too
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Schooling banners are great fish- just make sure you have the schooling banner and not it's counterpart.
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Schooling banners are great fish- just make sure you have the schooling banner and not it's counterpart.
The moorish idol right? Ya, that would be bad lol.

Are they totally reef safe?
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The moorish idol right? Ya, that would be bad lol.

Are they totally reef safe?
No. The Heniochus acuminatus. The schooling banner is very preaceful and reef safe. The Heniochus acuminatus is not reef safe at all
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No. The Heniochus acuminatus. The schooling banner is very preaceful and reef safe. The Heniochus acuminatus is not reef safe at all
Ooh! Okay. Is there a distinct difference between the two that i should know? Also, could a banner live out its life in a 66gallon, 38x21x26.5 tank?
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