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Old 02-28-2009, 08:42 PM   #1
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Aggressive 65 gal tank

Hi new guy, I am trying to decide whether to go reef or aggressive Fowlr.
I have been surfing around trying to see what I can do with a 65 tall tank. Currently I am space limited in our great room and can only fit this tank. In a couple of years when my daughter is older I will reclaim her dedicated playroom and a 250 will not be out of the question but for now 65 is as good as it gets.

I am really interested in triggers but know from reading here that will not work. My question what can I do. I love the thought of a stingray, trigger, and possibly an eel so that is my mindset. Again I know that will not work without a substantialy larger tank but that is my quest.

Any suggestions?

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im goin with a snowflake eel, dwarf lionfish, maroon clown, coral beauty, and a tomini tang when i get my 55 cycled. just a thought.

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I`ll go with the snowflake eel. Just make sure of a secure top as they are jumpers.

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The trigger and eel are possibilities, but any stingray will require over 1000g to house. Do not buy a stingray. Have you thought about dwarf lionfish?
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