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Old 01-02-2014, 03:32 PM   #21
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I use CPR bak pak on my 37, it collects half a cup of skimmate a day. A little bit of micro bubbles but thats just what skimmers do. Cost effective at 160$. Works like a charm
Thanks! I will look into it.
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Old 01-02-2014, 03:33 PM   #22
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Trust me on this, i have a 4" flame angel in my 37g mix reef and he swims laps around the tank all day, he would fight my ocellaris pair all day because they took up a 1/3 of the tank in their territory. Then i moved the clowns to my 20 long and the angel is going in my 60 cube. Heres what ive got in my 37 fish wise ATM:
~Bonded pair of purple fire fish
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~flame angel (going to my 60)

Royal grammas need to be QT because they are very suseptable to flukes, i would wait for the tank to mature before adding a mandarin so that you can build up a large amount of pods, but everything else sounds good. 5 fish is the limit in that size.
Thanks! I was going to wait on the mandarin. Is the wrasse ok in that size tank it doesn't get very big.
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Thanks! I was going to wait on the mandarin. Is the wrasse ok in that size tank it doesn't get very big.
Oh, didnt see you wanted a wrasse. They dont get very big but they do need alot of swimming room, LA says 55g minimum. Look into fairy wrasses.
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LA does have higher minimum tank sizes then everyone else but I'll look into other wrasses.
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LA does have higher minimum tank sizes then everyone else but I'll look into other wrasses.
Thats because everyone else just wants to sell you the fish.
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Not always I have seen it in books too, but I haven't made my decision yet.
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My BRS dry rock comes in tommarow!
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Not always I have seen it in books too, but I haven't made my decision yet.
What book?
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Something like encyclopedia of saltwater fish or something I checked it out at the library I can probably find it again.
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Something like encyclopedia of saltwater fish or something I checked it out at the library I can probably find it again.
Ive got that one, it says you can put a 1' volitan lion in a 55g tank. Also huma-huma, niger, rectangular, and many more trigger fishes in a 55-75g. I wouldnt refrence those, use LA.
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