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Old 10-15-2012, 01:50 AM   #51
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Tangs will do great in this tank sufficient space, and length to swim.
Clownfish will host on the plan of getting to massive 18in carpets.
Coral cat shark will add rareness to the tank
the massive LR aquascaped with the corals will add color
Coral list to cover the space:
4 10in leather corals
4x50 pounds of LR covered with Star polyps
3x20 pounds of LR covered in various zoas
4 XL yellow maroon clownfish (rare)
A humpback whale just for effect....lol (JK)
3 yellow tangs
3 blue tangs
1 XL lionfish
1 Japanese Puffer fish a.k.a (Fugu the customer is Japanese)
50 bumblebee snails
65 nassarius snails
40 mexican turbo snails

2 emperor angelfish
2 koran angelfish
1 yellow canary eel
8 mixed anthias
and yes we are still debating on more fish to fill that tank so ideas are always welcomed.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:07 AM   #52
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Looks like a pretty good list. I like the humpback, should really make the tank stand out Be aware that a lionfish will eat anything that fits in it's mouth, like anthias.

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Old 10-15-2012, 03:25 AM   #53
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Tangs will do great in this tank sufficient space, and length to swim.
Clownfish will host on the plan of getting to massive 18in carpets.
Coral cat shark will add rareness to the tank
the massive LR aquascaped with the corals will add color
Coral list to cover the space:
4 10in leather corals
4x50 pounds of LR covered with Star polyps
3x20 pounds of LR covered in various zoas
4 XL yellow maroon clownfish (rare)
A humpback whale just for effect....lol (JK)
3 yellow tangs
3 blue tangs
1 XL lionfish
1 Japanese Puffer fish a.k.a (Fugu the customer is Japanese)
50 bumblebee snails
65 nassarius snails
40 mexican turbo snails

2 emperor angelfish
2 koran angelfish
1 yellow canary eel
8 mixed anthias
and yes we are still debating on more fish to fill that tank so ideas are always welcomed.
How about an orbiculate batfish??!! They are so cool!! I don't see any puffers or triggers on the list, so one should work in that tank.
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Old 10-15-2012, 03:27 AM   #54
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haha just tell him if he ever wants to get rid of the fish, to chuck a black tip in there hahaha.

but seriously you cant have a tank that big without achilles and naso tangs. Have about 5 of each and I would put in about 15 fu man chu lionfish hahaha that would be a cool sight
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