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Old 07-03-2015, 07:07 PM   #8871
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Old 07-03-2015, 07:20 PM   #8872
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What fish are you going to put in it? And what size tank is it?

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Old 07-03-2015, 09:38 PM   #8874
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2 ocellaris clowfish, 1 royal gramma, 1 sixline wrasse, 1 foxface lo, 2 pink spotted watchman goby, 1 peppermint shrimp, and 1 cleaner shrimp in a 75 gal FOWLR

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Nice, although a larger wrasse would look nice as well. "Hint, hint" I have kept several and they are fun to watch as they zoom around and explore. I have found out that pink striped wrasse's are much better to keep then six lines because they are less aggressive and still help out with bristle worm control.

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Nice, although a larger wrasse would look nice as well. "Hint, hint" I have kept several and they are fun to watch as they zoom around and explore. I have found out that pink striped wrasse's are much better to keep then six lines because they are less aggressive and still help out with bristle worm control.

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What larger wrasse would you recommend for a beginner? I really liked the looks of the sixline.

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What larger wrasse would you recommend for a beginner? I really liked the looks of the sixline.

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The Mccosker wrasses are really nice and get fairly sizable. They are jumpers tho
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My pump died on my saltwater tank making the most annoying sound I've ever heard when it is running. I got a new one today but opted for 1 size bigger. Holy crap it's a big jump in size. I was worried for a bit that it wouldn't fit.



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Why did i even ask...it is true the really cool fish are always more expensive!!!!! Might have to think about that wrasse now.

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Why did i even ask...it is true the really cool fish are always more expensive!!!!! Might have to think about that wrasse now.

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I have one and he's awesome, his colors are a little muted though. Im planning on getting him 3 or 4 females to keep him company
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