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Old 03-18-2014, 07:46 PM   #1
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Total water volume is 165g. Nw200 reef octo skimmer and ruge. Stock list/wishlist as follows

Powder Blue tang, 2×frostbite clowns, 3×firefish, coral beauty, scooter blenny, tiger watchman goby, kole tang, maybe a spotfin butterfly (reef with caution), 3 cardinals


Too much? Just right? Any not compatible?
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The scooter requires a very mature tank so that it can eat pods, some might eat frozen food from the start but most are like mandarins, they only eat pods. The butterfly will also give you eating issues, they can be super finicky and dont do very well usually.
The tangs are good, the blue can be a challenge too but 2 tangs in a 6 foot tank is good, you could even add a third tang if your heart desires in my opinion. I kept a blue, yellow and tomini in my 125g for several years and they got fat and happy.
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Id rather do the 3 tangs and leave out the butterfly.
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