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Old 11-07-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Stock help!

I've got a 75gal FOWLR; I'm upgrading to 220gal FOWLR.

Here's a list of fish I am interested in; Note this is not my stock list:

Dogface puffer
Porcupine puffer
Antennata lion
Bi color goatfish
I don't know the name, smallest large angel(not centropyge)
Blue tang
Zebra moray eel
Black ribbon eel
Squirrelfish
Lunare wrasse
Pinkface wrasse
Bluehead wrasse
HARLEQUIN TUSKFISH!!!!!!!

Can you please help make me a stocking list for my 75fowlr growout. All of the fish that will outgrow the tank will be moved to the 220.

Thanks!
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:24 PM   #2
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Harlequin tusk

Lunare wrasse

Bi color goat fish

Zebra moray eel.

If I could pick any angelfish off of live aquaria I'd get : Gray (Black) Angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) because I think it's really pretty.

I don't know if all of those can go together but they are the ones I like. I'm looking forward to see what you pick as your final stock list!
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:25 PM   #3
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Thanks for the input. More stock ideas are greatly appreciated aswell.

Also do you know if that would be too much bio load for the 75 until I get the 220. In my 75 I've got roughly 90lbs LR and a 550gph, 6gal capacity canister filter.
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I would get a blonde naso and powder blue tang and a queen or emporer or angel.
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Old 11-08-2012, 02:19 AM   #5
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Keep your tank lightly stocked until you upgrade.

Use the 75 as a quarantine.
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Old 11-08-2012, 04:22 AM   #6
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Keep your tank lightly stocked until you upgrade.

Use the 75 as a quarantine.
Way ahead of ya. I've got 100lbs live rock and a 2000lph filter running, so I think my filtration is adequate for a few juveniles until the upgrade.

There is this, roughly 18"-2' zebra moray at my lfs right now for $125 so I got that covered. I'll see if I can get my hands on a lunare wrasse soon. There is another fish store that has a roughly 5-6" harlequin tusk in stock for $90 aussie one. I've already got a foxface in my tank, so I might skip out on the angel fish; as for the goat, he is my bottom dweller and can take all the food that reaches the substrate(tank cleaner). Just not sure if I need him or not. Because if I don't, then I can add a beautiful antennata or radiata lionfish.

So do I need the goatfish; or should I just skip him and add a hectic lionfish?
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