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Old 10-02-2004, 04:11 PM   #1
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Thanking to buy?

I want to buy some Huma Huma Tiger at smallwonderpet.com they
having a sale Huma Huma for 39.99 and sale price for 29.99 1-2" long
they also sale Midnight Angel 2.5-3" Price: $49.99 Sale price: $45.99


1. it's this good price?

2. can huma huma & midnight angel good with eachother?



I have burgandystar fish, sandstar fish, coral beauty
pink tip Anemone and 2 damsel


help me please!!
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good price

go for it
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Old 10-02-2004, 05:02 PM   #3
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what size tank? are you going to go with a reef? the hum is not reff safe.
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A 46 gal bow front (Soft coral) reef tank with a 10 gal sump. And a 30 gal (SPS and Clam) reef tank hooked up to the sump of the 46 so they share water.
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Humu's get BIG. Makes sure you have enough room for one. They are a beautiful fish...
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I have Three 55g been set up for 3 month
also I would like to ask on one of my 55g avery time i put fish in there and they dide few days later. why are they dide?
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I have Three 55g been set up for 3 month
also I would like to ask on one of my 55g avery time i put fish in there and they dide few days later. why are they dide?
one more thing, when I buy fish do I put fish in HP first or it's o,k to just put them in the 55g tank?
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Locally, $29.00 is pretty good. It all depends if you want to buy online, or locally. liveaquaria.com has some pretty good prices on SW fish. Check it out:

www.liveaquaria.com

These fish do get pretty big, and perhaps agressive. If you like the trigger family, maybe you might want to consider a Niger Trigger for a more happy medium. Do you have a quarantine tank setup? FWIW

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Locally, $29.00 is pretty good. It all depends if you want to buy online, or locally. liveaquaria.com has some pretty good prices on SW fish. Check it out:

www.liveaquaria.com

These fish do get pretty big, and perhaps agressive. If you like the trigger family, maybe you might want to consider a Niger Trigger for a more happy medium. Do you have a quarantine tank setup? FWIW

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www.smallwonderpet.comthey do free overnight shipping
Iam looking to buy 3 to 4 fish they do have minimum order amount of $79.99 3 to 4 fish I think it's maybe $80.00 ?

If I buy from www.liveaquaria.com just shipping cost is $24.99 add $10.00 Thats 34.99 that i can save.

I thank you very much but I think Iam going pass this time

I love Midnight Angel I been looking to buy that Angel fish for very long time and it's hard to find, you know.
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Just keep in mind the bio load you will present on your 46G tank adding 3-4 fish at the same time. Good luck to you.

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Just keep in mind the bio load you will present on your 46G tank adding 3-4 fish at the same time. Good luck to you.

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46G ??

Mike I have three 55g saltwater tank and few more tank for my Oscar
you not a owner of that website are you?
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