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Old 08-31-2004, 03:32 PM   #1
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opinnions on my fish wish list

1 Yellow Watchman Goby
1 Blue Tang
1 Yellow Tang
1 Firefish
2 Oceanic Clownfish
2 Foxface Lo
1 Purple Tang

Assorted inverts, and corals

Any recommendations for inverts or corals that are easy to take care of, would be highly appreciated.

I have a 90 gallon surf line with 4 power heads with quick filters and a protein skimmer and im getting a really good lighting system.
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Old 08-31-2004, 03:34 PM   #2
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opinions on my fish wish list

1 Yellow Watchman Goby
1 Blue Tang
1 Yellow Tang
1 Firefish
2 Oceanic Clownfish
2 Foxface Lo
1 Purple Tang

Assorted inverts, and corals

Any recommendations for inverts or corals that are easy to take care of, would be highly appreciated.

I have a 90 gallon surf line with 4 power heads with quick filters and a protein skimmer and im getting a really good lighting system.
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Old 08-31-2004, 03:36 PM   #3
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opinions on my fish wish list

1 Yellow Watchman Goby
1 Blue Tang
1 Yellow Tang
1 Firefish
2 Oceanic Clownfish
2 Foxface Lo
1 Purple Tang

Assorted inverts, and corals

Any recommendations for inverts or corals that are easy to take care of, would be highly appreciated.

I have a 90 gallon surf line with 4 power heads with quick filters and a protein skimmer and im getting a really good lighting system.
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Old 08-31-2004, 04:17 PM   #4
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blue whale !!!
dude why so many posts??
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Old 08-31-2004, 04:19 PM   #5
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Use the fish calculator at this site and consider the adult sizes of your wish list. One inch of fish needs 5 gallons of water. Your 3 tangs alone will use up all the space and more. They'll end up together more than 30 inches.

The pistol shrimp'll be a good companion to your watchman goby. Leather corals are easy. I'm also quite fond of the pumping xenia, but it'll spread fast. Of course the standard cleaner shrimp would be nice (skunk & scarlets). Check the brittle star for your liking too.

I'm sure you'll get more fedback from others, but you got too many fish above - unless you're trying to choose from the above instead. Let us know.

Also, let us know how much rock you've got - or will have for the inhabitants you're getting.
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90 pounds of rock i think, what if i take away the purple tang
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Try to stick to one thread per topic.. this is the 3rd one for the same question.
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Philly,

I understand your enthusiasm in trying to get your tank started but please limit yourself to posting the same/similar topic only once and only to the appropriate forum. Duplicating the same post to different areas of the website will not give you better responses. It will just make it much harder for those trying to help follow along.

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