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Old 10-07-2011, 10:17 AM   #1
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Yellow tang advice

Just some advice I added 2 clowns about 10 days ago , I have been offered a yellow tang at a great price $60 in Australia there normally $150+ is it to soon to add this fish with my clowns I added them 1 month after my deco goby who I added after 1 month of my chromis

Just wondering if 10 days is too soon to add a new fish

Cheers for advice in advance I need to let the guy know tommorow (12 hours from now)

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How large is your tank is the first question.

If your tank is large enough I think you should be ok adding another fish this soon. Just watch your water parameters after you add to make sure there is no ammonia spike.
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75g moving into 125 g in dec
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I'd say you can get away with it then. Just go easy on any further stocking for awhile is my 2 cents.

good luck with the fish and let us see a picture when/if you get him.
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Just picked him up drip Aclimitizing him now pics to come after that
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Just a couple pics after placing in dt tanks
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Wow he is awesome, I love the yellow Tangs! We went with a purple tang if you could have both in 1 tank I would get one too.
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