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Old 05-13-2012, 02:47 AM   #1
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How long do I have before a tank upgrade?

stock list:

-humu rectangle trigger 2in
-red coris wrasse 3in
-scopas tang 4in
-dog face puffer 5in
-rock beauty angel 4in
-queen angel 2in

In my research, these fish take about a year to outgrow my 110 gallon tank. Is that true? I also plan to get a powder blue tang as a juvenile and a harlequin tuskfish as a juvenile. I have a 20 gallon sump, a protein skimmer and a powerhead for a 200 gallon tank. What else do I need to keep them happy until my tank upgrade? I am currently looking for a larger tank as these are all of my favorite fish. I want them to be happy. Please help. I don't need any other fish suggestions as these are the fish I want. I am willing to buy the size tank that they need. Let me know which of these fish are ok in a 110 and which fish will need what size tank. I have done lots of research but I want to know what my fellow AA members have to say. Thanks.
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Old 05-13-2012, 03:10 AM   #2
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That queen angel needs at least a 200g tank, gets huge.

the other fish will be fine in that size too. I would be looking at 220g ones, I'm still on the hunt for 2 of them. lol

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Old 05-13-2012, 03:13 AM   #3
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Thanks, that's what ive been looking for a 200. i guess i will beef that up a little. Thanks.
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You'd probably be fine with a standard 180g, makes for easier availability.
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