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Old 03-16-2009, 11:33 PM   #11
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I would probably work around 2 clownfish; watchmen goby; The cardinals look nice however would they be compatible? From the site I'm looking at they are semi-aggressive. Also the sailfin/algae blenny are rather interesting. I would rather not risk end up a lionfish having a tasty snack which would end up costing me a pretty penny. Down the road I will be upgrading to a bigger tank; but that's a ways away.

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Watchmen Goby
Cardinal (depending on compatibility?)
Butterflied might not be bad either considering I didn't realize they would fit my aquarium.

Thats a start atleast.

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That might be a good mix. You have the clowns that like to "wonder/host", the blenny, that would hang out on the bottom, and the goby that is "mid tank/perching" type fish...I would still add the clowns at the end....let the other critters find their spots and then add the clowns. Remember, not all clowns are super bad...lol. I like gold stripe maroons (pretty nasty), but have 2 no bar clowns (hybrids) and only a Tangaroa Goby (Ctenogobiops tangaroai) to compliment my pistol shrimp (another favorite of mine), in my 55. I'm still trying to decide if I want to add another fish, but those clowns hog up all of my attention right now.

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Triggers and/or lions will be a problem for CUC. Triggers love chewing on the shells. Keeps their teeth sharp.

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So; today i went and bought an oak stand which was on sale with cabinet doors for 99.97 with tax came to about 106. I original plan was to buy a 55 gallon kit; which came with hood and everything however now that I was looking; they have their 90 gallon tanks on sale for $150. I have decided I will be buying a 90 gallon tank instead of a 55. Only problem is; I really do not feel like spending $180 on a hood lol. Unfortunately I might have to. The dimensions of the tank are 48x18x21 I believe. Those are really close to the correct dimensions. I have been looking online at hoods and see them as cheap as $78; so might end up just ordering online.

So now hopefully I can get the trigger I wanted; waiting to hear other comments about that. How would I effectively filter this tank without a CUC? Do I need a sump? If so I will do so; I have this 15 gallon tank sitting here which isn't doing much at all. The local Lowes here has 12x12 sheets of glass which I can put right in there; they will also cut it down to certain sizes if required. That will be nice to to have considering I can stick all my ugly crap (heaters; skimmer) down there.

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