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Old 05-05-2012, 09:24 PM   #1
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I have a 90 gallon Saltwater aquarium with 25 gallon sump pump with protein skimmer, some live rock and corse sand. Wanted to know from you all some peaceful pretty fish to add to the tank?
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Old 05-05-2012, 09:34 PM   #2
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I have a 90 gallon Saltwater aquarium with 25 gallon sump pump with protein skimmer, some live rock and corse sand. Wanted to know from you all some peaceful pretty fish to add to the tank?
Is it already cycled ?
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(given its cycled) I would stock something like a bristletooth tang, some dartfish and gobies, a wrasse, butterfly fish, and once established a pair of red mandarins
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Fox face lo, clowns, lemon peel tang, hawkfish, and mandarin.
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Fox face lo, clowns, lemon peel tang, hawkfish, and mandarin.
A pair of designer clowns hosting a xxlrg carpet anemone as a centerpiece would look amazing
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Wow! Thanks for all the wonderful suggestions. The tank has been up only about a week. How long should I wait to place fish in it?
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Wow! Thanks for all the wonderful suggestions. The tank has been up only about a week. How long should I wait to place fish in it?
Do you have a test kit? Need to wait till ur cycle is done.
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Yes I have a test kit. Generally, how long is the cycle?
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Yes I have a test kit. Generally, how long is the cycle?
Between 4-6 weeks. Just want ur ammonia and nitrites at 0ppm... What did you use to start ur cycle?
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Oh ok. Some live rock and sand.
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