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Old 09-07-2011, 07:37 PM   #121
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The foxface will probably not make the cut on this tank. I have wanted one for some time but the venom thing is kinda a turn off. lol
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the fox is awesome, it won't mess with u or ur fish....
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:40 PM   #123
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ive got stung by a fox... not fun
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:42 PM   #124
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ive got stung by a fox... not fun

Thats all I think I needed to hear. lol
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Mine has never even come close to me. Even eats out my hand...
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:02 PM   #126
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Got a half black angel and I love him. Was a spazz when I first got him in the tank just swam everywhere for about a day. Now he is very calm. Still swims everywhere in and out of the rock. But by far very cool looking fish.
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:07 PM   #127
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I've updated my list a bit.

No foxface. And just one angel. It's a toss up between the lemonpeel and the half black one. Seems the blue spotted is recommended for mature tanks so off the list he goes.

Can any of these fish below be added to a reef tank btw? SO maybe I can put one or two I like into there instead.

soldierfish, chalk bass, blue hamlet or hawkfish?

I'm still determined to get a butterfly and will be reading up more and more on the ones I listed above. I only spent about 10 hours on this list so I'm sure with more research I can rule out some of them.
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I thought the hawkfish was ok with a reef as long as there were not to small fish that he will eat.
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I thought the hawkfish was ok with a reef as long as there were not to small fish that he will eat.
Hawk is great in a reef...
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I've updated my list a bit.

No foxface. And just one angel. It's a toss up between the lemonpeel and the half black one. Seems the blue spotted is recommended for mature tanks so off the list he goes.

Can any of these fish below be added to a reef tank btw? SO maybe I can put one or two I like into there instead.

soldierfish, chalk bass, blue hamlet or hawkfish?

I'm still determined to get a butterfly and will be reading up more and more on the ones I listed above. I only spent about 10 hours on this list so I'm sure with more research I can rule out some of them.
Y no foxface?????
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