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Old 11-29-2009, 11:41 PM   #11
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thanks for the reply. I have a reef octopus extreme 160 and an eshopp 25 gallon sump. I would like to build one of those Beananimal overflows w the 3 standpipes. info/advice? also about the fish list...what on the list would be the best combo?
I am aware of who beananimal is but I have not read anything about his 3-standpipe overflow. Look into something like this if you want to take the easy way out: Overflow Box - Up to 200 Gallon - Dual - 9 in. x 3 in. x 10 in. | Wet/Dry Aquarium Filters | Filters | Aquarium - ThatPetPlace.com

In a nut shell and in my opinion from the top of my head:

Achilles need a bigger tank, bigger skimmer, more flow and lots of experience. They are very hard to keep alive.

pinktail triggerfish is hit or miss on being completely reef/invert safe

Leopard Wrasse are extremely hard to keep alive and to get eating.

Dottybacks can be mean to other small fish

That is a lot of Gobies.
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