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Old 09-30-2011, 12:27 AM   #21
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I agree with slither. if done right it could work. But with that much fish you are really gonna have to be on water changes and stuff like that.
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i couldnt add a low swimmer like goby right
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also would the lobster work
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Youre already pushing it with the angel.

You CAN add an extra cool shrimp though, like a fire shrimp or a cleaner shrimp. I want to add one or the other to my 20g coral tank.
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sorry, i naturaly push the limit, so in your opinion, what is the VERY MOST i can put in 20 g
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My opinion is no more fish other than what you just listed above. You can get away with shrimp here or there but they have very little bioload and don't affect your parameters a much as 4 fish do.

Not sure about the lobster, I would think it might eat your shrimp. but I really have no idea. lol
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thank you very much
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In what order would u add in the stock
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Does stocking order matter?
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Does anyone know in what order I should stock.
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