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Old 12-21-2011, 11:55 PM   #1
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my stock???

ok i have fifty someting gallon tank that is36inch long and it has lighting a heater and filtration it's saltwater with a lil bit of live rock and some live gravel(imma be buying more baserock b score I get any fish so let's pretend I have rocks now that u know all this what kinda triggers/tangs/wrouses can I get I want an amazing tank

And I rily have my heart set on a
- pink tailed trigger
-(some sort of vary active wrouse species)
- a shrimp or something to eat algae
-and maybe a clown
-but especially a pink tailed trigger fish
So that what's up homies please let me know what u think and advice/critisism is well apreciated
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Old 12-21-2011, 11:58 PM   #2
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Well...bad news. That trigger needs a 180 gallon tank.....upgrade?
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Old 12-22-2011, 12:07 AM   #3
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55 is highest I'm aloud are u sure is it just " recomended"
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Old 12-22-2011, 02:49 AM   #4
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55 is highest I'm aloud are u sure is it just " recomended"
Well when its 125 gallons over, i dont think it is a recommendation, or even doable in a 55. Sorry, triggers need alot of space
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Gboy66 has it right...As an owner of triggers for many years i would never try to keep a trigger in a 55...Even the more docile pink tail..It still gets big and needs plenty of room...No trigger or tang should be housed in anything under a 6 footer IMHO
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I completely agree. They swim all the time. 125 g min for pinkyail and all others trigs. NEEDED, NOT RECOMMENDED.
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