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Old 01-24-2006, 06:10 PM   #11
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Old 01-24-2006, 06:20 PM   #12
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Naso.

But if I had the space, I like the Achilles over the PB, but not by much.

Oh and the Eagles, Cowboys and Redskins all suck...
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Old 01-24-2006, 06:21 PM   #13
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i would love to get a naso or powder blue but my tank size doesnt permit
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Old 01-24-2006, 07:03 PM   #14
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The question was not...Could I put a powder blue or a achilles in my tank. The question is What would you rather have. So yes it is policing. Besides if your worried about putting a fish in a small tank then I would suggest leaving all the fish in the ocean because NO tank is the right size for any fish the come from the ocean.
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Well since you made me put my uniform on......Since you already have a powder blue, achilles, lieutenant tang, and a majestic angel crammed in your tank (per your earlier thread) it obviously was not a question. By the way together are too large for a 90 gallon tank. Technically all fish are to large for a tank and should be in the ocean, but when you are completely irresponsible as you are when it comes to fish it gives the hobby as a whole a bad name. My police work is done here.
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You need to move on. You've taken this thread where it needed not go. It was a poll, not a debate. I suggest it be left go from here on out and keep the post on topic.
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Do me a favor. Get your facts straigt. I no longer have a pbt in my tank. There are many of people here who does have a pbt in a 75 gal that has had great success with these fish. My lt tang that I do have is still very small and has plenty of room. He WILL NOT out grow this tank for at least 2 years. And if my tank was over stocked my water would be out of wack.
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Also, the only police we need have advisor under their name and if someone has an issue with another member, it needs to be brought to the attention of the advisors. Not here fouling up the boards.
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I have had a PBT in an 80 gal tank for goin on 4 years with no health problems. If indeed all you have in the 90 is what you have listed in your sig then I have to say I would be sceptable at adding a PBT. First the bioload is going to be fairly high an dwhile the fish may survive while the pumps are running should a power outage occur many can likly sufficate in very short order.
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All I wanted to see is which tang people liked. Thats it! This is too bad that something like this happened.

I will not be adding a pbt to my tank and I should not have to defend myself if I was. Like I said I did have a pbt and kept him with great success untill I put in a smaller fish. Thats when I saw how mean they can get with newcomers.

Anyway thanks for all the input. Maybe we all should leave all fish in the sea..
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