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Old 12-26-2008, 02:24 PM   #11
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I agree with jimbo. I know you can convert mollies to SW, but I know nothing about FW fish (plecos).
Oh, I agree with the rest as well, especially Kurt. Good luck!
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Never heard of a SW pleco...

The yellow tang will deal with the 55 but the blue not so much.
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Never heard of a SW pleco...

The yellow tang will deal with the 55 but the blue not so much.

Pleco was some dry humor, which does not come across very well with the written word.

I have scratched the blue.
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Glad to hear you are dropping the blue. They really need a 6' or longer tank to be happy.

guess I missed the joke on the pleco....
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Good luck catching 6 damsels in 60 pounds of Rock, lol.

Asking other people what fish you should get is completely subjective. Everyone has thier own preference. The best thing to do is just go to the pet store, make a list of the fish you like, then go home and do some research on them and see which are compatible for your tank and/or together. ( don't ask the store employees because 95% of the time they are clueless )
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Yeah I had a tuff time catching one with 58LBs of rock.
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