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Old 09-01-2004, 03:03 PM   #11
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Yes, after doing a little more research I think I will go with the powder blue tang, it seems that it may outgrow the tank, but it wouldn't be for awhile, and if it does, it doesn't look like I'd have any problems getting somebody to take it off of my hands, haha.

So the powder blue it is, absolutly breathtaking!!!

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The powder blue tang is not as hardy as most may think. They are truly the worst ich magnet, and they can be stressed very easily. They are a very beautiful fish though.
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I have one more question, would adding one neon blue goby to this setup add to much bio-load??? I've heard that they are very good fish cleaners and from other posts look like a healthy addition. I saw one today in the lfs and they are also very pretty, any thoughts???

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I will go with the powder blue tang, it seems that it may outgrow the tank, but it wouldn't be for awhile
Cool...fishfreek, the site admin has a nice one in his 80g. But that tank is a unique 6ft, not 4 like a 75. Kinda like a extra long 55g I guess... Check out his profile.
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