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Old 10-28-2003, 06:39 PM   #1
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Compatability

Hello all, after my 100 gallon tank with live rock
has cycled I will be getting some fish,
and was wondering if my selection is compatable.

Fist, a picasso tigger, then after a month
a yellow tang. Will these be compatable?
If I were to eventually get a 3rd fish
what would be a nice, hardy fish that
would be compatable with these two?

Thanks.
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First, I would suggest the trigger to be the last addition to the tank. Just a precaution because they get pretty aggressive towards new additions. Then for a third, maybe a regal tang, I love those. Or maybe another trigger, a niger or clown would be pretty cool in there.

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Old 10-28-2003, 07:30 PM   #3
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A Harlequin Tusk would make a great addition to the Huma trigger and the yellow tang.
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WOW, That would be cool!

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clown would be pretty cool in there.

the tank ios too small for a clown and picasso, i would go with a harlequin tusk fish also
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Thanks everyone, wow those Harlequin Tusks are expensive...
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The price really depends where the tusk is from. If they are from Australia you will be looking at $90 and up. If they are from the Philippines you are looking at $55 and up. Note: Australian Tusks are more colorful and hardy.
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