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Old 02-02-2013, 10:54 PM   #11
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Go to liveaquaria.com and browse their fish. See what would suit your tank size and build a list of what you like then bring it back here and well go over it.
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Go to liveaquaria.com and browse their fish. See what would suit your tank size and build a list of what you like then bring it back here and well go over it.
Ok I'll start on that.
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:22 PM   #13
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Striated angler
Papuan Toby puffer
Blue spotted puffer
Bennett's sharpnose puffer
Harlequin bass
Black back butterflyfish
Chalk bass
Blue spotted watchman gobie
Two line monocle bream

That is all the fish that I found that I like. I know I can't fit them all. The only fish I know that will definitely be in there is some kind of puffer.
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Puffers mean no inverts can be kept just so you know but how about this (once you get the larger tank) the sharpnose, harlequin bass, plus your eel and clown.
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Puffers mean no inverts can be kept just so you know but how about this (once you get the larger tank) the sharpnose, harlequin bass, plus your eel and clown.
The puffer fish is one of the main reasons I started saltwater besides the snowflake and I already have him. I really don't need inverts.
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How about this:

Blue spotted puffer
Harlequin bass
Black back butter fly
Clown
And eel
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I wouldn't do the butterfly they are difficult to feed. Also your talking about getting a 40 and most these fish require a 50 so you wanna stock light.
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I wouldn't do the butterfly they are difficult to feed. Also your talking about getting a 40 and most these fish require a 50 so you wanna stock light.
How about an angler instead.
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I wouldn't do the butterfly they are difficult to feed. Also your talking about getting a 40 and most these fish require a 50 so you wanna stock light.
+1 to the "no butterfly" idea. I've never had luck with them either.
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+1 to the "no butterfly" idea. I've never had luck with them either.
Ok then how about an angler instead. Anybody have experience with these.
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