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Old 09-13-2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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predator tank

what types of fish would you put in one?
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Tank size plays a big role in this question...
Personally i wouldn't consider anything under a 125 a good start for a predator only set-up..
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Volitan Lionfish, triggers, certain tangs, puffers, anglers, damsels....but as previously stated, tank size plays a HUGE part in what fish can be kept
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it is a 125g tank.
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Old 09-13-2011, 01:47 PM   #5
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about 90% of the fish in each breed i mentioned are open to you i also have a 125 predator and have 1 of each, except the angler
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would a purple tang be a good fit?
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would a purple tang be a good fit?
yep,,great choice too,,i love mine
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what type of clean up crew do you have?
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what type of clean up crew do you have?
,None ,0... they are overrated IMO..I haven't had one in years..I do feed my triggers hermits every few weeks though
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You can do one of the smaller groupers like a miniatus
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