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Old 09-07-2011, 09:17 PM   #141
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honestly Carey the foxface wouldnt be an issue in terms of stinging, i know they are 2 different fish but my lion wants absolutely nothing to do with me when im in the tank, and like the foxface, their venomous spines are defensive weapons only get used when threatened. unless someone were to carelessly reach into and behind rocks, you wont get stung
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:38 PM   #142
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You guys really like those foxfaces dontcha? LOL

I've revamped my list, adding and taking away. If I had my way I would have 9 fish total.

Half black angel OR Black Nox Angel
Soldierfish
Blue Hamlet ( still researching this one)
Flame Hawkfish
Doublesaddle Butterfly OR Yellow long nose Butterfly
Sand Perch
Blue assessor

I'm still stuck on the wrasses, I want two of them. These are now my choices:
banana wrasse
Pink face wrasse
Carpenters (maybe too peaceful)
McCoskers (maybe too peaceful)
OR if possible a harelquin Tusk Depends, my tank might be too small for one so he might have to come off the list

So what do you think now? I think I've made some great progress. It's kinda fun to plan a stock list so early, I generally wing it after the tank is setup or at least halfway up. LOL

I have an ad out on CL for a stand, here in the classified section and I will call around tomorrow and see of I can't get the number of the custom made guy from my LFS.

I think this might get off the ground in about 2 weeks or so. Depends on when I sell my 20L officially and get the money and when I sell my 55g that I use for a qt. That 55g will fetch a pretty penny I bet with all thats included.
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:46 PM   #143
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U forgot the foxface....
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:48 PM   #144
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Make sure to put the foxface.
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:57 PM   #145
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angels don't need to eat that much. i have a flame angel in the 150 at the gym that eats 2 x a week with the rest of the crew. foxface are nothing to be worried about. i've kept a few of them and they all high-tail it for the rock work when a hand comes in the tank. including the one in the 150 presently.

this guy is pretty neat too....
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Foxface is a must!!!!!! Mine won't come out when I'm working on the tank. I have moved the tank as well and no issues with him
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:59 PM   #147
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rainbow wrasse?? i had this exact guy, lasted an hour in my 125 efore getting mauled to death
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they called that a pinkface, and the lyretail.
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Yep, thats why i added the pinkface to the list.
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