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Old 08-14-2013, 01:38 AM   #1
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Looking to add one or two more fish to my tank but I want them to really pop.
Current tank: 210 gallon display 6ft tank
Fish: yellow belly hippo
Yellow tang
Square dot anthias
Marine beta
Sand sifter goby
Moorish idol
4 clowns
3 PJ cardinals
Foxface
Lawnmower blenny
Banggai cardinal
A wrasse(not sure what kind)
Urchin
Horseshoe crab
2 cleaner shrimp
Coral banded
6 peppermint shrimp
Condylactis anemone

I know the moorish is a finicky eater by the way that's why mine eats from my hand
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Old 08-14-2013, 06:18 AM   #2
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Got any pictures? What about a yellow long nosed or copperband butterfly?
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Also any pictures?
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You need some kind of Large Angel...Annularis are one of my favorites.
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You need some kind of Large Angel...Annularis are one of my favorites.
+1 on the angel but I am in between an emperor angel or a flame angel I don't think I want another large fish in the tank since the tangs, idol and foxface will already get pretty large.
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Old 08-14-2013, 08:07 PM   #6
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Got any pictures? What about a yellow long nosed or copperband butterfly?
Copperbands don't appeal to me for some reason although many people love them. I am thinking flame angel, and something else with good personality and good temper. I really want to try out a Niger trigger but I don't want him to turn aggressive. What's the least aggressive trigger?
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Flame angels (actually any dwarf angels) have personality. That's not a bad choice. Emperors get huge.

I think that Blue Jaw Triggers are the most mellow of the Triggers. I had a male years ago and he was never aggressive. I'm getting a 240 next weekend and am thinking of getting a pair. My old one was a character.
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Flame angels (actually any dwarf angels) have personality. That's not a bad choice. Emperors get huge.

I think that Blue Jaw Triggers are the most mellow of the Triggers. I had a male years ago and he was never aggressive. I'm getting a 240 next weekend and am thinking of getting a pair. My old one was a character.
Yeah I was checking out blue jaws, Nigers, and a flame angel. I'm thinking ill let my clowns grow a little more and ill jump on a blue jaw after my flame angel.
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Blue jaw. But you already have a lot of fish. Don't over crowd.
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Blue jaw. But you already have a lot of fish. Don't over crowd.
Ill be getting a blue jaw then. I plan on taking my smaller fish in like my cardinals and ocellaris clowns and getting a snowflake and a bluejaw. Will the trigger or eel eat an anemone?
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