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Old 08-05-2013, 07:25 AM   #61
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Anyone else gettting the strange feeling like this could all be a practical joke? This guy can't be that clueless with all the information that is available on this site and others.
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:40 AM   #62
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I was thinking the same too, I hope so anyway!
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Being a "rookie" is no excuse for not doing research. These animals are wild caught 90% of the time and deserve the right environment. That being said, everyone makes mistakes. There is a ton of fish out there that will comfortably live in a 40g. I have two 40G fully stocked with great wrasse's, gobies, clowns, one dwarf angel in each and a bimac hogfish. Do I want tangs? Absolutely. But I wont until I upgrade. Why? Because there is a wealth of information out there. It will save the animal's life and your wallet in the long run.
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:16 PM   #64
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The only questionable things I'm doing now is the 3 clowns and the 2 adult green spotted puffers in my reef ...both of them check out fine for now ill give updates on how they're doing
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This is one of those "i need help and advise" threads that i just dont understand. Ive been a part of this forum for over 2 years. With that said, i read through your thread and watched you not only ignore, but pretty much scoff at the advise given to you, of which i seen atleast 4 very experienced salties comment with advice. If you aren't going to do your part to ensure these fish and corals have the best living conditions possible, just stop now and sell everything. Yes we all make mistakes, yes we all have gone against the advice of other knowledgeable hobbyists, but you need to learn how to take away positive information from situations like this. The only way you should expect to grow in this hobby is to do a TON of research and spend time in these forums. Nobody is going to help you if your responses continue the way they have.

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Old 08-05-2013, 01:33 PM   #66
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Okay okay I give up I've worked to hard to have a wipeout ..... here's what I have : 3 tank bread clowns :2 green spotted puffers :snowflake eel :boxer shrimp :hermit crab :condy anenome :sebae anenome : a pink spotted goby :sea apple :green mushroom rock :frogspond :candy and two other corals that look like sunflowers and one purple corals with green tips looks like a bush... !!!!!!!!!!! What do I keep .... what do I trade in to make my tank better .... my lfs opens wenesday I need all the help I can get till then please let me know !
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I have about 25 pds of lr in there so dar
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Id trade in one clown. If possible stay away from tangs. Its easy to think that "well he is small so he doesnt need a big tank" but the truth is they do, for example i have a 6" lieutenant tang in my 72" long 125, he uses every inch of the tank throughout the day. Id look at gobies, some wrasses, etc. you have a very popular size tank an there are alot of options fish wise out there. If you see a fish that you like, dont be afraid to look it up on live aquaria and read its info. Trust us when we say that itll pay off 10x for you when your tank is mature and cully stocked.
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What about my puffs what do about those guys
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