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Old 11-16-2004, 05:00 PM   #11
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The fish that we have in mind are Tang (the hubby requested) Clown and Manderin. I understand that the Manderin needs alot of growth in the tank so that it doesn't starve... As for the clown, I would like to get one that will bond with an Anemone as in the wild.
Would start with the Clown, pretty hearty fish. Leave the Manderin for about the same time as the anemone and a Tang would be fine if your tank is big enough (75 gal or larger). Maybe a pair of tank raised clown???
What is your tank size BTW?
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75 Gallon, so 1 Tang, correct?

If I get tank raised clowns (2) will they take to an anemone eventually?

Also which of the should be added first?
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I hear they can, dont know for sure, I don't have an anemone for mine.
They do tend to acclimate better, there are less problems with diseases less problems with them taking to the foods we offer.
Yes, a tang would be fine in your system. Introduce it last, they tend to be aggressive.
What kind of tang?
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Hubby wants "Yellow"

Can it grow out or rather not out grow a 75 gallon?
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Yellows are one of the smaller tangs, Should be fine in a 75.
I have one, she is a joy.
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