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Old 08-02-2014, 06:04 PM   #11
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I agree with the clown getting owned. Domino damsels are brutal jerks lol. Is there not a single pound of live rock in there? Another question, were all these fish just added at once? I'm guessing no but just double checking. The gravel and fake stuff is not my cup of tea and like PB said not the best way to maintain a sw setup but that's also my opinion. How old is this tank? I'd love to see pics of the 200


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To be honest I like the gravel my nano has sand and I hate it so much I'm going to change that over soon. My fish all get along great so far. My clown is more mean to them lol they are my babies lol. I'll post my 200 when I get home


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Old 08-02-2014, 10:32 PM   #13
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To be honest I like the gravel my nano has sand and I hate it so much I'm going to change that over soon. My fish all get along great so far. My clown is more mean to them lol they are my babies lol. I'll post my 200 when I get home


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I understand personal preference as long as you understand having gravel substrate will play havoc with your ph.
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Here is part of my 200. Thinking about adding some things not sure what though lol Click image for larger version

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Here is part of my 200. Thinking about adding some things not sure what though lol Attachment 245511


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Nice, you have four of my favorites for large saltwater fish.
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Can we get a FTS? What all livestock is in there, I see a couple rare species already
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Can we get a FTS? What all livestock is in there, I see a couple rare species already
Curious, which ones do you consider rare?
I see those 4 rather frequently in stores.
Clown trigger, very common
Miniatus grouper, again rather common
I believe that is a Townsends Queen, a little less common, except juveniles
and a Tessalata eel (I think) not as common for sure, but still readily available if you have the $$$$$
I do realize that different species are not readily available in some areas, but I see those four all the time.
I sure as heck can't afford them, but I see them and drool each time.
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and dang that eel is big
how long is he, 30" or so?
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The eel and the grouper, don't see a lot in my area. But I've always run nanos so never really looked either
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Yeah the eel is rare if for no other reason than cost. Around here that eel would fetch $300-$400 easy in a lfs, the trigger about $150 for that size and the angel about $200-$250 for an adult.
The grouper I see often as juveniles for around $50.


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