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Old 03-25-2010, 08:24 AM   #21
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I am just going to stock my 125. I will have 2 clowns, An ornate Leopard Wrasse (female) and a Blue Star Leopard Wrasse (male). Lipstick Naso tang, Achilles tang (I would not get more than 2 tangs), 3 Red Firefish, and a couple of Gobies/Blennies.

A lot of people put more than that, but this should be a nice, easily maintained bioload.

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thanks now i have an idea on what i can stock it with
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Old 03-26-2010, 02:32 AM   #23
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Are you gonna go with your FOWLR or this?
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thats what im trying to figure out so i just want to lay out my options
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Search ReefKeeping Magazine on Google. There is an online Mag that has Tank of The Month and you see some amazing reef aquariums that are after 2-3 years of being set-up. They give you good idea of what can happen if you do everything right.
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