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Old 09-17-2011, 12:14 AM   #11
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Yep, I would say so! I love those angels! They look great!
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are they agressive
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I believe they are labeled as "Semi-Aggressive"
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i will be getting a 50, 55 or 65 gallon sw tank with live rock and a few mushroom coral.
now to the fun part
i will be getting a starfish
royal dottyback
pair of oscellaris clowns (1 b&w 1 orange)
kole tang
one of the followng puffers...saddle puffer, sadle valentini puffer, spotted puffer, bennett's sharpnose puffer, leapord puffer,
a few snails crabs and shrimp
what else can i get
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No saddle puffer because they need lower temp and you will probably have to buy a chiller to keep one alive.

I'm not sure what kind of puffers are called "leapord puffer" or "spotted puffer". One of them must be a green spotted puffer (Segrest Farms fish suppliers call GSP a Leopord puffer). I feel like these guys are too aggressive.

Go with a Valentini or Sharpnose because they will be the smallest. Live rocks is as far as I would go with puffers. Not reef safe and will eat your crustaceans.
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my stock looks like this now
clown pair
dotty back
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i tink im going with the papuan toby puffer
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actually no, probably the spotted
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Oh you meant the spotted sharpnose. Gotcha. I enjoy watching them swim around at my LFS.
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Yes the kole tang is small but it needs the swim room of a 75 gal or up. Tangs get stressed ridiculously easily and are ich prone. It's not just the size - it's the activity level.
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