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Old 06-30-2011, 04:03 PM   #11
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Oh okay thanks i dont plan on keeping anything like polyps or corals or anything like that just yet but thanks for telling me
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Old 06-30-2011, 04:11 PM   #12
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In that case, you could have just about any of the angels. But no two of the same thing.
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Honestly I'd say a pair of clowns (Perculas or Ocellaris) and a pistol shrimp paired with a goby are your best bets for stocking long term. I'd avoid a dwarf angel in a 28, just a little cramped for them and they'd appear a little large for the tank compared to everything else you put in there.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:49 AM   #14
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Okay then im just going to give it a think not going to be adding any fish till about 3 weeks anyway thanks for the help. Ive been thinking on the red mandirin. Going to give my live rock a couple of months before i think about getting one though because i know they feed of the rocks
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Okay then im just going to give it a think not going to be adding any fish till about 3 weeks anyway thanks for the help. Ive been thinking on the red mandirin. Going to give my live rock a couple of months before i think about getting one though because i know they feed of the rocks
Some of the best members of this forum can't get them to surive.. I would say good luck but u will need alot more then that friwndr.
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Hmm i know ive been reading. But my lfs owner has about 3 surviving in not very big tanks, i got the live rock from her aswell im just going to see how she gets them to survive and try it myself, not till about 4 or 5 months though
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Just got my live rock aswell and a snail has hitch hiked but my tank hasnt cycled, will he die
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:53 AM   #18
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I just have to chime in about the mandarin. I would for sure wait a while longer than you plan. If you get a pod only eating one then it will eat all the pods and youll be left with a starving fish.

I'm still going through pod explsoions in my tanks, sometimes there are zillions sometimes not so much, and its' been months and months.

I am waiting on my lfs to order me an ORA frozen food eating one to cut down on the chances that he will eat only pods. But even with the ORA ones they can revert back to pods in a heartbeat.
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Yeah okay then ill not take my chances on the mandirin.
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Ive got a small snail about 3 quarters of an inch and very tiny small tube worm on the live rock ive just bought, are these going to die because my tank hasnt cycled or will they survive ?
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