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Old 08-31-2013, 09:07 PM   #11
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Smaller wrasses? The only one that comes to mind are sixlines and maybe a fairy.
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Smaller wrasses? The only one that comes to mind are sixlines and maybe a fairy.
Sorry i ment chromis
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Oh wait, smaller chromis I bet you mean. LOL I'm such a spaz.

Blue green ones are the smallest ones I think and they get along with everyone, very community fish friendly. I consider them "happy" fish. hehe
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Oh wait, smaller chromis I bet you mean. LOL I'm such a spaz.

Blue green ones are the smallest ones I think and they get along with everyone, very community fish friendly. I consider them "happy" fish. hehe
Ok lol how many could i get with the current stocking scheme?
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Guys i just changed the tank size we will be getting a 37 gallon long instead!
And can i get a yellow tang in that size a tank? Ive heard there aggresive but dont know for sure...
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No you can't keep a tang in a 37gallon. They require tanks 90 gallons and up.
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Old 09-01-2013, 03:10 PM   #17
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Guys i just changed the tank size we will be getting a 37 gallon long instead!
And can i get a yellow tang in that size a tank? Ive heard there aggresive but dont know for sure...
Nope, no tang. Need a 75+ tank. Look at live aquaria for stocking suggestions an such
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No you can't keep a tang in a 37gallon. They require tanks 90 gallons and up.
Oh ok thanks
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Could a scooter blenny work? In the 37g with the tailspot blenny,2 ocellaris clowns,the peppermint shrimps,the sixline wrasse, and the sand sifting goby?
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Liveaquaria.com is a amazing site for compatibility or minimum tank requirements .
Tangs require a lot of swimming room .
They are prone to stress related illnesses and putting them in a tank too small isn't advisable .
It says even a small yellow tang requires at minimum 100 gal tank.
Attached it a screenshot from the site .
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