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Old 08-06-2009, 07:29 PM   #11
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The emporer angel and lemon peel are at risk of eating the coral. Supposedly the lamark angel is reef safe. I `ve just decided that I`m not having any angels in my tank.
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Old 08-06-2009, 08:22 PM   #12
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oh oh oh.....I would choose some of these things....depending on what else you would like to put in. I have been making lists and dreaming for myself ....

An australian reverse prism favia Australian reverse prism brain image by Dano999 on Photobucket

Blue ricordia
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Pink Yuma/ Rainbow coloured Yuma/ Green Stripe Mushrooms
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a bajillion daisy polyps of course

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Supermale Australlian Lineatus Fairy Wrasse
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That is one of those pickles of questions. There are fish like Emperor Angels that are just so absolutely amazing that it makes you consider avoiding corals for the sake of such an interesting fish. If it were me though I would push it (I think my first thread shows my willingness to do so). I would combine lots and lots of big, beautiful, interesting fish with lots and lots of different varieties of corals.
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Get a predatorial tank. A Niger Trigger, a Dwarf LionFish, Eel etc. With lve rock that would be hectic.
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just realized that you said you wanted a lemonpeel. lol the first time that i saw a lemonpeel was in a magazine. i thought it looked like a cross between lemon and an ape lol, because it only showed the head. but i like them now that i have seen a full picture!
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id fill it with water
+1 lol!

I think it would be an awesome reef tank, but that would be rather expensive O_O.

FOWLR is cool too though.
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sucks that you are not making it reef...
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