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Old 05-16-2014, 10:12 PM   #1
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Am I fully stocked..?

Hey everyone.. I have a general question.. Am I fully stocked..? Right now I have a longnose hawk 2in, yellow tang 4in, regal tang 2in, 3 small chromis, 2 firefish, very small marine betta bout a inch, nemo 1in, cleaner wrasse, shark egg that has 4 weeks before it hatches.. I have a 125g tank.. Any advice would b great thanks!
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:14 PM   #2
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Btw I am getting a 210g tank at the beginning of the year.. In the meantime am I overstocked? I will do some changes if necessary I have a 30 and a 75g tank..
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:48 PM   #3
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So you had a bunch of people tell you that your over stocked and then you bought a shark? If your not going to take the advice why keep asking....
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Yea this is the 3rd post iv seen asking the same question you are overstocked that shark needs a big tank not a 125 pretty much you can say good bye to some of the fish you have once the shark hatches. Please stop adding fish and start taking the advice
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So you had a bunch of people tell you that your over stocked and then you bought a shark? If your not going to take the advice why keep asking....

Couldn't agree anymore. Op, please stop posting multiple threads on the same issue, please stop buying fish, and please use google instead.
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:59 PM   #6
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What y'all are not understanding is people at store tell me that I'm not overstocked.. Because the fish is small.. They are in the process of building me a 210g tank for my shark.. I at one point had 6 bigger fish in my tank that I've had for a year.. (3 tangs, butterfly, cow,hawk fish) I recently removed butterfly, a tang, and a cowfish.. So I added a shark.. What I'm asking is if I would be okay with these fish in my DT until my 210 is done..
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Here's info just on your shark egg let alone the rest of your stock Click image for larger version

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Your LFS is telling you that because you keep buying stuff
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We stock tanks according to adult size not juvenile size. Lfs suck, sorry and I'm a former employee of one. They're there to sell. Try to keep everything to one thread and just update it. Unless it is a new topic
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Old 05-16-2014, 11:05 PM   #10
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I never had a problem with these fish in my system.. Never had a fish die on me either since I had my 125g which I had over a year.. I run copper in my 30g as hospital and my 75g is a coral tank.. My display tank is my most prized possession.. I like to have awesome looking things in there and I'm no profession but just want what's best for my tank since I just bought my first home..
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