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Old 08-13-2009, 07:32 PM   #11
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Nice. Sounds good. Tbh though, i might only put 3 fish in my tank and then populate the rest of the tank with corals and inverts lol. So i guess you can say my tank will be uber-reef
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Nice. Sounds good. Tbh though, i might only put 3 fish in my tank and then populate the rest of the tank with corals and inverts lol. So i guess you can say my tank will be uber-reef
can't beat that! I want lots of inverts. I find them interesting lol.
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:43 PM   #13
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So do i. Always loved crabs and shrimp. Dont really like snails all that much, but they play a good role in the maturity and CUC of a tank, so i dont have much of a choice. I definitely want a Sea Star and a Blue Tuxedo Urchin. Them things are awesome. Gonna wait until i have sufficient algae growth before i get the urchin though. Wouldnt make sense to get one unless i had its natural source of food lol.
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Lol yea, I saw this beautiful blue starfish and a serpent star at the LFS, my mom was like "NO SERPENTS!" but it's a starfish..? XD Snails are fin to watch but aren't super awesome. I wish I could get an arrow crab and a coral banded shrimp but they will kill eachother.
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:55 PM   #15
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Yeah indeed they will. I would definitely go with the coral banded though. It looks nice. The arrow crab just looks cool but creepy.
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One more question, if I get the flame angel can I get other dwarf angels? (like a total of three max, I want to get a bicolor too if its possible) I like sailfin tangs but I think those would be incompatible with like everything else I've looked at lol!
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I could be wrong, but from what i hear its not a good idea to keep two angels int he same tank. They might fight with eachother.
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Yes, it is a bad idea, They will kill each other on site.
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I've heard of a man that successfully kept two angelfishes in the same aquarium for many happy years. It depends (in my opinion) on how big your tank is and what your angle's temperment is like.
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I would go with the chromis first and make sure you get an odd number of them as that is the most common advice when it comes to them. Also, (for a sea star if you still plan on getting one) if you are going to have coral, make sure not to get a chocolate chip sea star because they love to munch on coral. If its going to be a FOWLR, get one, they are awesome!
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