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Old 05-11-2006, 08:32 PM   #11
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Just because my little boy ask if he can stay in the car when I go to the LFS does not mean I am obsessed.....Does it?
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I think that combo of tangs will not do good but I think a yellow and a kole tang might work. It did for me in my 55 for several years.
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Blue Hippo, although it is susceptible to ich, is to me a very hardy tang, to tell you the truth.

The longhorn cowfish is a cute addition but they do get big. Since the shape is so odd, beginners love to have one. I used to have one. But it poops huge amounts of waste so I got rid of it, along with my puffers, file fish, and others.

For some reason, I wasn't successful in keeping a yellow tang. But the blue tang? I've had it for a year now and it is just happy. A cute fellow.

Nonetheless, I am hoping to get a 150G sometimes after the summer (hopefully, if the Mrs wouldn't nag about it).
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