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Old 10-28-2015, 03:56 PM   #1
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Fish for a 75

So my original plan for a 55 crumbled (pun intended) long story short, glass was tempered an people lie. Anyway to cut my losses and headed to Craigslist where low an behold I find a deep blue predrilled tank for 200$ an only two your old, almost brand spanking new though. Got a lot of equipment an such with it.

Anyway, I also picked up a pair of black clowns to add to it (20$ for two, thank you Facebook) so their going in the new tank. Besides that, I have no idea besides a bristle tooth tang of some sort an maybe my six line wrasse I was planning to trade in, any suggestion?
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What are your plans ? FOWLR or REEF
that gives a Idea of what you can or cant have I my self love wrasses I had a six line about 5 years till he decided to jump out yup even with a cover he found that little opening and poof ,
I prefer the bigger ones but that's me I like fish I can see with lots of color
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Old 10-28-2015, 04:44 PM   #3
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For sure a reef, this is actually a upgrade from my nano 10g where my six line currently resides. I actually adore my six line, but I'm afraid he'll be aggressive towards anything I add after him. I think I'm just gonna hold him in a 10g and add him when I get most of my stock in.
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He'll be fine in the 75g They are more aggressive in smaller tanks like your 10g ,
in 75g I would do a bunch of smaller fish than add maybe 1 or 2 dwarf angels for the center pieces ,
I for some reason have become a junkie for wrasses both reef safe and not reef safe
it don't bother me they munch on inverts as I replenish every 6 months anyway,
as long as they avoid coral I'm good with them , I am fairly fond of both my red coris wrasses the smaller is orange with white stripes and the larger is about every color of the rainbow also have a lunar wrasse , been looking at a mystery wrasse, I think it's the bold coloring I like so much .
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Old 10-29-2015, 10:42 AM   #5
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so for a total stocking list how about
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2x black clowns
1x six line wrasse
1x kole or bristle tooth tang
1x clown goby
1x mandarin (after the tank is stable an full of pods of course)
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Or a Midas blenny
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Yellow eyed Kole tang would be my suggestion.
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That one or a square tail is what I was looking at. I really want an eye catcher for this tank.
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