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Old 05-05-2011, 07:16 PM   #31
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I think your list looks good for the longer tank. Actually, 125g's are usually 6 feet unless its something odd. LOL
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The problem is that your question has 2 different answers depending on certain things.

In a 6 foot tank, these fish would not have any problems with each other.

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In a 4 foot tank, these fish will not have the room to swim. Now this means horizontal room. They like to just run in a straight line. In this type of a tank, not only will these fish be stressed, but they will most likely fight. The blue tang is especially prone to ich and stress, so a stressful situation will likely add to any aggression.

Neither fish will be thrilled in a 110 together.
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If you go for the larger tank they'll get along fine. They can be territorial so make sure you add them towards the end of the stock list. Add together to avoid dominance when the other would go in. Just use caution. If one starts harassing the other, pull it out to avoid stress induced illness. Good luck. Keep us posted.
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Here's a comparability chart for future reference.

http://www.liveaquaria.com/images/ge...lity_chart.gif
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