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Old 12-12-2013, 01:37 PM   #1
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Stocking question

-yellow tang (have)
-snowflake eel
-wrasse
-flame angel
-long nose hawkfish
-foxface

These are the fish I want in my 75 g reef tank. I already know the eel is a risk. And I know the tang will outgrow it. Can I fit anymore fish in the tank comfortably? If so what would be really nice looking additions?
I'm trying to get the prettiest fish that are compatible.
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Old 12-12-2013, 03:32 PM   #2
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Wasn't this posted yesterday with several replies?

They will work unless your Yellow Tang decides to get aggressive with new additions, which is very likely. I would get rid of that and add fish from least, to most agressive. If you must have a yellow Tang in a 75g, I would add it later in the mix and be ready for future health issues.
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Old 12-12-2013, 03:39 PM   #3
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Excuse me? Don't ask for advice and then get upset when it is not what you want to hear.
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Old 12-12-2013, 10:02 PM   #4
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Excuse me? Don't ask for advice and then get upset when it is not what you want to hear.
Yes !!
The other was a thread " stocking tank help "
I couldn't see what was posted but by your reply apparently it wasn't good . Lol
Keep in mind ,
" this isn't a forum just about pets ,
It's a obsession , a hobby,
Something the majority of us want to thrive for success .
Some get into it as just something cool to look at ,
Not taking the health or well being of the animal.
I am not sure if it was you or not but I made a comment to awhile ago .
This lady posted something about buying a clown trigger for her husband .
She took it home and put it in their 40gal tank to surprise him .
Live aquaria suggest homing that fish in a 300 gal tank .
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LiveAquaria does not suggest. It defines :P
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It states it's minimum requirements ,
I don't know if they are completely accurate .
I have a marine fish species book that has a lot of differences .
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