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Old 02-10-2012, 05:43 PM   #471
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My lawnmower blends into the rocks. Perhaps the stary will stand out more?
Hmmmmmmmmmmm. So many options, thanks.
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Old 02-10-2012, 05:50 PM   #472
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I'll add the Yellow last then.

So how does this list look for this week?
1. Those two Wrasses
2. Scopas Tang (not too much bio-load, right)
3. I think I am going to go with the Lawnmower. I really like the Starry too, but I don't know yet if it lacks the "Blenny personality" I am looking for.
4. The corals listed above.

I hope all of these fish say in stock!
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Old 02-10-2012, 05:51 PM   #473
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While I am asking questions, do you guys no the difference between the Indo-Pacific Scopas Tang and the Fiji one? Thanks!
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Definitely add the yellow last!!!!
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While I am asking questions, do you guys no the difference between the Indo-Pacific Scopas Tang and the Fiji one? Thanks!
One is more expensive!!! Lol

In all reality I would guess it would be mainly cost difference because of shipping to the retailer. Another way to look at it is the difference in the natural habitats
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i think you can skate by with 4 fish as your first additons. Just really tay on the water testing just in case.
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One is more expensive!!! Lol

In all reality I would guess it would be mainly cost difference because of shipping to the retailer. Another way to look at it is the difference in the natural habitats
LOL. I think I will go with whichever one is available at the time. Thanks.
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i think you can skate by with 4 fish as your first additons. Just really tay on the water testing just in case.
Cool, thanks. So the 4 fish I plan on buying within the week will be fine in the 55g until the QT period is over?
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Sure, i had four fish in there including 2 tangs and an anthias. then one time I had 5 chromis and something else big. lol
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Sure, i had four fish in there including 2 tangs and an anthias. then one time I had 5 chromis and something else big. lol
Great!

I think you had a Squareback Anthias with your Chromis in the QT at that time. LOL, I think it is funny how I remember that, I guess i have a good memory.
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