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Old 08-22-2004, 11:43 PM   #11
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yea the tank is to small, but within in 3 months and my 55 gallon is ready my tang will be ready for the switch over....anyways...he ate lettuce i put in there and he ate a ton of it..YAY

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Lettuce is worthless and he can starve on a full stomach of it. Yet if he ate lettuce thats a good sign he will take nori. Anyways a 55 gallon isn't going to come close to cutting it either. Naso tangs do best in 135-180 gallon aquariums, and IMO require a tank this size if you are going to keep him alive once he starts growing.
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Sixline is right about the lettuce and the tank. Naso's get huge.. well over a foot in length. The stunted growth from being in a small tank is gonna give you a very unhealthy fish.

Still, you've got a while to make plans.. definitely try to get some Nori for now.
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I think the point was missed with the lettuce. It is a step in getting the fish switched to seaweed, and for the record I am not sure I agree with it being worthless. While it is certainly not a nutrient rich as seaweed is.... it still is a far cry from worthless. For that matter I have had a tang for a while now that absolutely loves a piece of broccoli every now and then.

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