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Old 08-02-2010, 12:49 PM   #11
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Congrats Are you moving over the inhabitants from your established tank eventually as well, or are they going to stay put?
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I am planning on moving a wrasse, a grunt, and possibly my snowflake eel once he gets larger
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If you want a Queen or a Blue, my suggestion would be buying it young. My Queen Angel has transformed from blue and white to a complete yellow-orange, and that journey takes a good two years in itself. The fish, considering it is properly stocked and cared for, won't start feeling stress for at least 4 years.

Just recognize that for the sake of the fish, one day you will need to expand tank size.
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okay thanks for the advice! =)
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No problem. They are beautiful fish! Tell me if you get one.
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