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Old 11-16-2013, 10:12 AM   #11
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Theres always wrasses, very colorful and active. Some are reef safe, some not so reef safe. lol
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Instead of the Chromis get some lyretail anthias. 3 or five should do great. I have three tangs in my 125 reef. My only issues with your original stocking is the butterfly and angel will probably not be reef safe. Might be at the beginning but sooner or later. I know from experience.
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Old 11-16-2013, 01:59 PM   #13
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Thanks so much for the info
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I have a Sail Fin, a Yellow and a Blue Hippo (rescue) tang in my 125 and have never had a problem with them all getting along
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I have a Sail Fin, a Yellow and a Blue Hippo (rescue) tang in my 125 and have never had a problem with them all getting along
Well that's good to know.
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I've heard several people say they had difficulty keeping Henniocus alive. Not saying don't do it, just a warning. Make sure you see it eat at the LFS and probably better to add after the tank is established a bit.
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