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Old 12-20-2004, 12:17 PM   #1
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What other fish can i get without having any problems?

I have a 90gal reef, no corals yet. great lighting.

2 tomato clownfish
1 foxface
1 sailfin tang
1 blue beauty angle
6 yellow tail damselfish
10 snails
10 blue leg hermit crabs
10 red hermit crabs
6 shrimps
150lbs live rocks
2 sand sifting sea star
and some sponges and Amnemone.

For Christmas i'm getting a Naso Tang.

What other type can i get.
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Old 12-20-2004, 12:45 PM   #2
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I would say you're probably at your limit as far as the bio load. I'm not sure if I would add the Naso to your tank, as they can get quite large and they need lots of room to swim. Other than that, the list looks good. I love my Foxface Lo.

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Old 12-20-2004, 01:05 PM   #3
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92gal reef tank
2 tomato clownfish
1 foxface
1 sailfin tang
1 coral beauty angel
6 yellow tail damsel
10 snails
10 blue leg hermit crabs
10 red hermit crabs
4 shrimps
90lbs live rocks
2 sand sifting sea star
some sponges and Amnemone
1 Naso Tang
1 Blue Tang
2 Spotted Mandarin
New Corals
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Old 12-21-2004, 08:31 AM   #4
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How old is your tank? The damsels doing fine w/agression issues? Might wanna research a bit and find out about your angel and the corals you plan to get. Some say their angels have not been a problem w/corals. Others think that it's not a question "if" the angels will nibble, but "when". From what I've read from others, they may when more mature someday.

I'd also second not getting the Naso.
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yeah you are at the limit there. are your damsels treating your other fish ok?

if not, consider possibly removing them to make room for a new addition. If they are all cool with each other, then I say leave 'em. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!!!

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Hopefully they will be able to catch them. lol Mine are so fast I just left them in there. Too much rock work.

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