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Old 09-12-2011, 12:46 PM   #221
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If it can fit in a 4' long 90 can it fit in a 75?
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Old 09-12-2011, 01:18 PM   #222
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If it can fit in a 4' long 90 can it fit in a 75?
I prob would steer clear on a 75g
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Old 09-12-2011, 03:14 PM   #223
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See, it;s just such a hazy line it;s hard to figure out what would be ok and what be sooo NOT ok. LOL

I think I would be leaving it as one of my last additions anywasy, but I wanted to have a plan.

still waiting on someone to buy my 55g so I can go get the 90g stand and at least set it up.

Was wandering the aisles in home depot today and checking out the pvc pipe and what not. Gonna be a HECK of a time I just know it. hehe

Now just to get to that point....
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Old 09-12-2011, 03:18 PM   #224
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dont worry carey youll get it done its actually not to bad once you get it going
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Old 09-12-2011, 05:47 PM   #225
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I also think the Harlequin Tusk would be fine. I also agree with someone else who stated that Liveaquaria tend to kind of overdo the tank size lol.
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Thanks! I appreciate the responses. No one has yet said it'sa no no other than LA and their recommended 125g. I'm gonna do some more research but I think he is gonna make the cut.

If thats the case I will probably only go with one wrasse then as the tusk is also considered a wrasse right? I wouldnt want THREE wrasses in the same tank wouldld I?
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Thanks! I appreciate the responses. No one has yet said it'sa no no other than LA and their recommended 125g. I'm gonna do some more research but I think he is gonna make the cut.

If thats the case I will probably only go with one wrasse then as the tusk is also considered a wrasse right? I wouldnt want THREE wrasses in the same tank wouldld I?
Yes I do believe that the Harlequin Tusk is considered a wrasse. As for as the wrasses go, I saw a video on youtube with multipule wrasses in a 72g tank, so I am not exactly sure how many could fit in a 90g.
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Here it is.........


My 72g Reef/Wrasse Tank - 6 Months - MUST SEE**** Watch in HD.. Comment*Subscribe* - YouTube

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That guy had like a zillion fish in there. lol I think I may evenbe safe with 3 wrasses. Nice tank though, plenty of activity which is exactly what i want.
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i think youd be fine with three!
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