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Old 05-19-2013, 08:34 PM   #1
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90g vs. 125g

I've been doing a lot of research into my first saltwater tank and I had pretty much decided on either a 125 or 150 but I recently came across a brand new 90 gallon acrylic tank, stand, lights, filters, the whole 9 yards and everything is still new in the box for what I think is a decent deal but my question is what kind of stock could I have in a 90 gallon, this will be a FOWLER tank but I've really wanted a lion fish especially so would that work with a 90 and if so what other fish could I have?

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There several lion fish that need at least 50 gallon tanks. If your thinking of any of the smaller tangs then the 125 will be a better fit. Any time I look at a particular fish I check this site for the recommend tank size. Good luck!
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