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Old 05-17-2005, 08:25 PM   #11
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The copperband would make an excellent show piece. Would a third large'ish fish be ok in there?


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Old 05-18-2005, 11:48 AM   #12
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Come on rev...everyone's doing it. You want to be cool don't you? Go ahead, just get one Honestly, if anyone can keep this fish, I am sure you can. LiveAquaria has some available that are collected from Aussie. These tend to be a bit more hardy and more readily accept prepared foods. You do pay a bit more but it is worth it. Just remember, they love featehr dusters.

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Heya Rev, glad to hear its going well so far. I would seriously consider a pair of tank raised orchid dottybacks. They are way cool. A 6 line wrasse would be great as well. I personaly wounldn't waste the time with anthias, you'll love them for the few months they live. Wetwebmedia's faq on anthias pretty much sums up my experience... short... I also would look into a dozen or so clown gobies. They come in great colors, have a lot of personality, and contribute no bioload to speak of. I know the "rusty" ones from saltwater fish, as well as the greens are really cool and the Citrons from reefermadness are beautiful. Hope this helps man! Best of luck with the 125!


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Old 05-18-2005, 12:56 PM   #14
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You think 4 or 5 different gobies will get along alright?

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