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Old 11-29-2011, 09:04 PM   #1
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Have a look at my stock list

Ok so my 75 gallon fowlr is cycling atm i will be adding fish around the first of the year maybe a lil sooner this is the stock list i have came up with i am a SW beginner this is a fowlr for now it may become a reef some day but not ant time soon let me know if you guys see any major incompatibilities or let me know if this would be considered over stocked

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1 Pakistan Butterflyfish
2 Ocellaris Clownfish, Tank Bred
1 Mimic Lemon Peel Tang or Kole Yellow Eye Tang
1 Orange Stripe Prawn Goby with pistol shrimp
1 Green Mandarin ( when pod population is good enough)
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:11 PM   #2
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Okay i am no salt water expert, but dont pistol shrimp kill most other things on the sand bed? Just worried about your cuc, and i think tangs need a bigger tank.. Forgive me if i am wrong about the pistol shrimp
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:14 PM   #3
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the goby forms a symbiotic relationship with the shrimp and not all tangs are created equal kole eye tangs and mimic lemon peels are perfectly fine in a 75 no offense but i would appreciate advice from more experienced Aquariust not someone looking to get there post count up
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:36 PM   #4
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I think he was trying to help! lol. BTW your stock looks good. Yes the tangs are good in a 75. Take some pics when your done! Sure work out good!
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:40 PM   #5
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The only fish I would worry about would be the butterfly fish. i am contemplating getting one myself, a butterfly that is and have serious concerns about getting it to eat.

They are not easy fish.

The rest of the list looks fine to me.
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:46 PM   #6
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dang that sucks they are hard to get eating i liked him because he would add contrast to the tank and think he is very interesting lookling guy what order should i add them in carey
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Ya alot of butterflies are hard. You could try a racoon or auriga because theyre relatively easy. If your set on a pakistan I say go for it!
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I think he was trying to help! lol. BTW your stock looks good. Yes the tangs are good in a 75. Take some pics when your done! Sure work out good!
Ya i was just trying to help like you said, i even said im no expert. If the op knows it all why would he even ask questions.
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I agree. Goby, clowns, tang, butterfly, then mandarin. Thats what I would do atleast. If I know enough for you. LOL
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yuh crister i trust your advice you actually have a SW tank lol and sorry for the rage eel seems like every thread i make someone who doesnt know the first thing about sw fish wants to chime in and tell me something totally in accurate what an easy fish that could provide a little contrast i could do instead of the pakistan i like the looks of the butterflys and angels
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