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Old 11-18-2014, 05:38 PM   #1
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New tank - is this workable?

I'm looking at buying the tmc signature 900 (90cmx45cmx45cm)

This will be my first saltwater aquarium and I'm very excited about it.

I've been doing lots of reading of books and on forums such as these, but I know I've lots to learn!

I'd appreciate any feedback on whether my wish list (in order of preference) would work in this size of tank:

1x regal tang
2 x standard clownfish
1 x yellow tang
1 x fire shrimp
1 x royal gramma
1 x dwarf flame angelfish
2 x Bangui cardinal

Too much? Too little? Room for a little more? Please let me know any thoughts!!


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Old 11-18-2014, 05:49 PM   #2
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IMO this tank is to small for both tangs, everything else seems perfect.
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Thanks for the feedback matty. Is that a pretty full tank or is there room for one or two smaller fishes? Fire fish for instance?

I'm assuming I can squeeze a few hermit crabs in too.


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Definitely not a big enough tank for both the tangs but without them you could add a few more small fish...


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Old 11-18-2014, 06:11 PM   #5
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you could but i wouldnt, lighter stocking = less excess nutrients = easier to keep tank.
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