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Old 06-14-2004, 10:02 PM   #1
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i have a 75gal reef aquarium with 55gal sump theres about 100 to 75 pounds live rock also about 15 corals and 3 fish i was thinking about adding 3 more fish im upgradeing an all ready good skimmer 2 take care of bioload dont know what kind yet any advice would help tia
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What type of fish do you have and what do you plan on adding....different fish will have a different impact on bio-load
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Yes its important to know what the existing fish and their sizes are.
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theres a sailfin tang 3 and a half yes i no it gets 2 be 15in ,a yellow tail damsle 2in and a falme drawf angle about 3in i was planing on adding 2 clowns not sure on type about 2 or 3 in a peice and a fumanchu lion under4 in
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Your aware the lion fish will eat anything it can get in its mouth. including the damsel and clowns.
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I could see the clowns, how about a royal gramma? Great reef fish, peaceful and beautiful.
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