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Old 02-15-2012, 12:40 AM   #11
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Nope, not me. The venom thing scares me. But they are awesome fish. But I have no idea what they would eat in a reef, corals or inverts. I have some with caution fish in my 90g and they are there because they eat snails and hermits.
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Old 02-15-2012, 12:42 AM   #12
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Ok so revised list as follows
2 yellowtail damsel
2 clownfish(maroon)
2 purple firefish
2 royal gramma
Along with shrimp, snails ect...

How do you think the bio load will be? I don't want to pack the tank with fish but if I can comfortably fit a couple more I would consider
What do you think of this list?
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Old 02-15-2012, 02:12 AM   #13
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Also might be an issue with those clowns, I do believe they are the nastiest of all clown fish. lol And the damsels are like that too. My firefish pretty much just hides in the rocks adn so did my gramma. Oh yeah, I also think 2 gramms might be an issue
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Old 02-15-2012, 05:39 PM   #14
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Also might be an issue with those clowns, I do believe they are the nastiest of all clown fish. lol And the damsels are like that too. My firefish pretty much just hides in the rocks adn so did my gramma. Oh yeah, I also think 2 gramms might be an issue
Ok well how would you stock it clowns I can go orange the damsels are a must so from there how would you go
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There's so many options as far as fish. Do you have your eye on any particular ones? You can fit quite alot of fish in a 110g.
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There's so many options as far as fish. Do you have your eye on any particular ones? You can fit quite alot of fish in a 110g.
Well clowns and damsels are a must looking for reef compatible in a couple years time I will be going that way I like gobs and dragonettes but that will have to wait a few year till I get some copes going I like bright shock and awe fish I don't mind paying 40-50 dollars per fish

How about you give a couple options of what you would do including clowns damsels and firefish
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Can anyone help out on my other thread

"looking to start a fowlr tank" I need to know what equipment to buy before I get fish lol
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If it were me with a new 110g I would get a tang no doubt. Not one of those monster tangs that get to over a foot but the smaller ones would be fine. I would then look at anthias, nice large colorful peaceful fish. I'd want a goby for the sandbed dweller and a blenny too. Midas blennies are yellow with bright blue eyes and they get along with everyone.
This link shows you on the left side of the screen what type of fish and you can go into each one and sort them by tank size and the ease of caring for one.

If you have a covered top I would also 100% get some wrasses.
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If you like the porc puffers look into a bird beak burrfish. They look very similar but don't get as big. They are nocturnal and they do nip a lot when other fish are asleep.
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