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Old 10-02-2011, 04:47 PM   #11
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All triggers are aggressive lol. I wouldn't put them with smaller fish. My Picasso so far is very docile though and my blue jaw has even been beat up by my yellow tang..
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Old 10-02-2011, 04:49 PM   #12
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I'm probably not going to get any small fish, or any fish that could potentially be a meal for another, etc.
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Just saying lol. A 125 could make for a semi-aggressive/aggressive tank. Triggers, tangs, maybe an angel, eels, a harlequin tusk, you have some choices for a beautiful tank. with a strong skimmer of course with fish like these lol
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I just went to see the guy I'm buying the tank from and it was up and running and looked great! He's selling it to me with the stand, two sumps, a large protein skimmer and a lot of other accessories and supplies. They only hardware I'm going to have to get is a canopy/lighting system, but that won't be too bad. He's also giving me a large amount of sand and water.
Any other fish suggestions would be great! I'll start a new thread for the build process once I get it in the house, which should be within the week.
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