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Old 01-04-2014, 04:07 AM   #21
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Yes they do. Stay clear of puffers, triggers,lions, anything of that nature because they do eat inverts. Tangs are the best fish i can think of, i know you have a yellow, so i would do 2 more tangs with it. What abt a blue and a naso? They would do good in your tank and get to a nice size
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all My blue tangs Have Gotten ich In The Past. But i Just Got hired at my LFS so hopefully They'll teach me good tricks
My whole Goal Is For a peaceful Community.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:25 AM   #23
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IMO a naso needs larger than a 180. They get huge and swim like crazy.
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What About a Sailfin
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What About a Sailfin
I think you'd be ok
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Do you think all of those with a zoster butterfly fish would work? Along with a firefish of some sort and a blenny of some sort, like a midas blenny, i really don't have a clue what blenny.
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Do you think all of those with a zoster butterfly fish would work? Along with a firefish of some sort and a blenny of some sort, like a midas blenny, i really don't have a clue what blenny.
I don't trust butterflies as they are all hard as heck to keep alive. Midas blennies are great. I'd add one
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What about a firefish? I am letting go a bit and getting the itch to stock it more. I still like the idea of multiple schools of fish
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I think firefish would do fine
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Lets say I wanted puffers and triggers, throw out any ideas of inverts huh? My dad wants a lionfish, but I am personally against it.
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But going back to the original stock, diamon watchman goby would be fine too
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