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Old 12-03-2013, 01:20 PM   #21
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yea i didnt think so, i saw a few things about dwarf golden morays, thats why i asked. How about puffers? there is the saddle valentit, it has a reccomended tank size of 30. maybe i should go with the two clowns and firefish. tuff choices.
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:21 PM   #22
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Yeah wouldn't go for lion, what bout an angler?
i guess the striated agler isnt so bad!
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yea i didnt think so, i saw a few things about dwarf golden morays, thats why i asked. How about puffers? there is the saddle valentit, it has a reccomended tank size of 30. maybe i should go with the two clowns and firefish. tuff choices.
If you don't want inverts in the tank then the puffer could work. What corals were you wanting? Depending on that you could go with some inverts to make a unique looking tank.
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candy cane coral, kenya tree, frogspawn, gsp, things of that nature. is there a puffer that is small enough and would do well with things like that?
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Puffers will eat corals and lol! Why would you be more scared of an angler than an eel or lion lol?
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:32 PM   #26
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Puffers will eat corals and lol! Why would you be more scared of an angler than an eel or lion lol?
thats what i was thinking. and idk! they freak me out hahaha. ive just got finding nemo in my head where it tries to kill dori and marlin lol ( yea i know its not the same type of angler) but still! freaky!
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Check out a Skunk Cleaner shrimp, Banded Coral Shrimp, Blood Red Fire Shrimp, Porcelain Crab, Feather Duster, and either a short spine or tuxdeo urchin.

The sad thing about tanks less than 100g is that they are soo restrictive in stocking
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anyone have any idea about the lights? it says on the tag 12v. so idk if thats strong enough?
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anyone have any idea about the lights? it says on the tag 12v. so idk if thats strong enough?
From what I can figure it's an accent light. Acceptable for FOWLR but useless for any type of coral
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From what I can figure it's an accent light. Acceptable for FOWLR but useless for any type of coral
I would agree with this. I'd upgrade them. I bet each led is less than 1 watt.
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