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Old 06-23-2012, 12:51 PM   #1
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New 50 gallon

So im about to pick up a juwel 180 with nexx filter all ready to have live rock added, im going for a FOWLR and just wondered if this list would be pushing it, or even compatible at all:

Picasso Trigger
Pair of Nigripe Clowns
An Angel of some sort
Watchman Goby.

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Old 06-23-2012, 01:15 PM   #2
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The angels would be one of the following:

Wanatabei
Rusty
Flame
Coral Beauty
Cherub
African Flameback

Depending on price and compatability
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I know that picasso triggers need bigger tanks :/ the angels would be fine as long as they are dwarf
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aw man the picasso was a must! lol. What about tangs, what is the all purple one with yellow around the eye? And also what about puffers or box fish, any that stay quite small?
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Check out live aquaria.com they have list of marine fish pretty much all the info you need and a compatibility list also.
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Box fish get huge, there are a few small puffers that would work.
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aw man the picasso was a must! lol. What about tangs, what is the all purple one with yellow around the eye? And also what about puffers or box fish, any that stay quite small?
I think you may be describing the Niger Trigger. A very cool fish and one of the more peaceful triggers.
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No tang belongs in a 50 gal
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No tang belongs in a 50 gal
This is true i didnt notice the tank size right away. Triggers need a much larger tank as well. If you want tangs and triggers, i advise a 6 foot tank which is 125g or more.
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I agree. You can't keep any tangs or triggers.
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