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Old 09-01-2003, 11:59 AM   #1
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what are some nice fish to add later?

well after the pond block wiped out my babies i am starting a new family as we speak i have got some fish coming this is the list im getting an orange linkia starfish, royal gramma, percula clown, a juvi emperor angel, 5 cerith snails, and a ricordea coral .

i want to look to add more later but i want more coral and starfish <my kids like them> any suggestions? and i have a 90 gallon with a 304 fuval canister and a good protein skimmer im still new at this but looking for color what about a coral beauty could i get one? let me know what you all think would be a good choice and how many is a good limit of fish
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The only problem I see is the emperor angel, it is not reef friendly.

Fish limit...1" of fish (figure their adult size excluding the tail) per 5 gallons of tank volume.

What is your lighting on the 90g?
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well i wish i could remember he said it was moderate to high its bluish white lights and as you can see i dont know much about that
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Before we can advise on what inverts to keep, we need to know what type of lighting (NO, HO, VHO, PC or MH), and how many watts total.
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i think i remember him calling it the ho - high output florecents
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hey i did some asking and it looks like i have no i want to get better lighting but want to go with vho any suggestions?
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Depending on what you want to keep...I would go with weither an icecap 660 ballast with 4 X 110W (2 X Actinic, 2 X daylight) or for more light dependant corals 1 X Icecap 660 (4 X 110W VHO 3 X daylight, 1 X actinic) , 1 X Icecap 430 (2 X 110W, 2 X actinic) On the 6 bulbs it doesn't really matter which 2 are on the 430, I would do it that way to use the second ballast for a dawn and dusk effect.
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