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Old 01-01-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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100 gallon Caribbean biotope stock list

I have a 100 gallon tank, been running for 2 years now, with a sergeant major damsel. Here's a possible stock list. Which ones would work together?

Sargassum trigger
Tobacco bass
Redspotted hawkfish
Bluehead wrasse
Blackbar soldierfish
Chestnut moray(if I can find one)
Red lip blenny
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:55 AM   #2
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Trigger gets too big. 125+. The bluehead gets pretty big too. You MAY be able to pull him off.
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A 10" trigger gets to big for a 100 gallon tank?!?!? Also, I don't think 7" is a 'big wrasse'.
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:25 AM   #4
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Blue Head Wrasse - Thalassoma bifasciatum
If this is the bluehead wrasse that you are looking for, they get over 7". I think you would be fine with him, they just swim alot. And yes, the trigger needs a 125. Sorry, I have wanted fish too big for my tank you just have to think about the fish when it cant even move. I wish you could get one, but they really need 6' tanks. FTMMWS will definitely agree. He loves triggers and believes 125 is needed for all triggers.
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Would everyone work well together?
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I think so I would just watch the aggression of the damsels. And eels will usually eat anything that moves and can fit in their mouth.
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Ok, I'm probably not going to get the soldierfish or the Blenny. So the eels will get along?
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:59 PM   #8
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I was also going to add a soldierfish to my tank but the feeding was an issue I believe. Great fish though
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Oh I've kept soldiefish before, feeding isn't an issue, it's just that they're too docile for my tank.
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Really? Everything I read said they can be difficult to start to feed. If thats the case i may try one, my tanks tend to be on the "happy" and not aggressive side. lol
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