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Old 03-24-2011, 08:22 PM   #11
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I forgot which one, but there's a really nice goby that sifts a sandbed and keeps it nice and white like nobodies business. This is another one:

Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Sleeper Gold Head Goby
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That looks cool! Thanks! Now I need some non yellow fish
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What's your opinion of Pygmy angels?
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I think they make great additions to saltwater aquariums. Most of them are very nice fish. Some amazing colors on them. They are still a hit or miss when it comes to reefs though. But since you aren't doing a reef tank, i think a Pygmy Angel would make a great addition. Just be sure not to go overboard with the fish. 45G's is a decent number, but it's not a huge tank. Just keep bioload in mind and space for the fish.
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True, but I've thought about it and plan to have a large CUC and around 90 lbs of LR......so we'll see how it goes from here! I suppose I should start a build thread....
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On live aquaria it says the minimum tank size for racoon butterflys are 70 gallons
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