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Old 09-14-2013, 01:14 AM   #11
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How is your puffer? Mine eats some corals and not others, eats all inverts tho. I like firefish and heaps of awesome gobies with plenty of character...
Is that your valentini your talking about? Or another one?
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Yeah mine loves inverts, I only ever had hitchhiker crabs that I've seen him smash to pieces. I always buy really small frags to test if he will eat them because its so hit and miss - I would stay away from sps and stick to softies and some lps, in my experience those are the ones he has stayed clear of. Be aware that once he matures he will become a bit more aggressive (well mine did) no towards any fish tho but he certainly developed a taste for corals when he matured (after about a year)
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Yeah if i remember correctly i said i didnt want wrasses and the christmas needs a 50g and is not reef compatible
Christmas wrasse are reef safe they only say caution cause of inverts he's more reef safe than that puffer.
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Christmas wrasse are reef safe they only say caution cause of inverts he's more reef safe than that puffer.
Lots of wrasses get a bad wrap for that reason.
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But they are reef safe I have about ten wrasses in my tank never had one eat a coral they help protect SPS also.
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But they are reef safe I have about ten wrasses in my tank never had one eat a coral they help protect SPS also.
Are there any wrasses that could fit in my tank? Exept for six line?
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Are there any wrasses that could fit in my tank? Exept for six line?
These are a few that will work not all that you see will work so look them up also the possum you could do those are nice will be putting two in my 20g

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How about royal grammas? How many could i get?
these guys are full of personality (as much as a fish could have, at least) But I believe they're territorial. You could get one, but they're great fish! Just be sure to quarantine, as they very prone to flukes...
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Got 5 red legged hermits
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Those guys get big and mean had them before
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