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Old 09-23-2014, 03:56 PM   #11
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A hawkfish as opposed to what? Hamlet? I'm basically trying to put together what I am going to call a "dwarf" FOWLR predator tank. So a snowflake eel, was thinking some sort of Canthigaster puffer, either a radiata lionfish or some sort of Dendrochirus lionfish, some sort of wrasse (on the smaller side, not too familiar with the different wrasses) and probably a yellow tang. I'll look into the hawkfish too. Was really hoping for a puffer as I love their personalities. Anyone have thoughts on this combo in a 92-gallon corner tank?

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Just as a bit of advice I've had snowflakes and lion fish and tbh they're fairly boring and don't do a lot. Althought beautiful. Also the problem I found with my snowflake was you have spot feed it first (the only time I really saw mine) otherwise it will bite at the other fish while they are feeding. I also had a trigger which is lovely and very nice to watch however it does show a lot of aggression to the other fish not that that caused any problems. I have also had fat and non fat puffers and both are very nice fish the Valentino I had was brilliant. The only problem with my Stars and Stripes is it ate my clownfish which was not much smaller than it. Just some food for thought

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snow flakes are boring like woody said , you could always go with a engineer goby as they get about a foot and a half in size ,they also have a great personality
i would go with both a flame hawk and a hamlet , im still looking to get a flame hawk
hamlets have some really nice markings i have a blue one they also come in yellow

another fish you may consider is the harlequin bass another nice looking fish

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They come in different colors

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