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Old 12-19-2009, 06:57 PM   #1
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So I have 2(3 ) lists here (CUC and fish and wish )Comments are welcome!!For 65G fish list starting:

x3 green chromis
x2 clark's clownfish
x1 royal gramma
x1 flame angel
x1 coral beauty

CUC:

x2-3 emerald crabs
x6 zebra hermit crabs
x6 scarlet reef hermit crabs
x2 scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp

Hows that sound???
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Old 12-19-2009, 08:11 PM   #2
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I'm a little bit worried about the Flame and the Beauty. Does anyone know how much room you need to have both of them in the same tank? I'm pretty sure it's more than 65G. Other than that it sounds good.
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Yeah... that's my only comment to. Either get the Coral Beauty or the Flame, but not both.

Oh... also, you're going to want some snails as part of that CUC. Not sure if you didn't list them, or if you weren't planning on any.
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Old 12-20-2009, 11:24 AM   #4
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Okay Thanks guys I'll go for Da Flame!If I take away the coral beauty could I add (suggestions needed please) ?Like so:

x3 green chromis
x2 clark's clownfish
x1 royal gramma
x1 flame angel
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For the snails could I go with a couple of turbos?
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I really like fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus) and flasher wrasse (Paracheilinus). They are both beautiful, active, and non aggressive in general. Another one of my favorites is the yellow candy hogfish (Bodianus bimaculatus). Last suggestion would be a midas blenny (Ecsenius midas). They can have some beautiful colors of orange and yellow if you watch out for a nice one.
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I was also thinking about the midas blenny!I'll look into those other fish you suggested!! Any other suggestions are welcome.
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This is a far out one but maybe - A Lunare Wrasse. Beautiful fish. Not reef safe which makes me . You never mentioned; are you doing reef or FOWLR?
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This is a far out one but maybe - A Lunare Wrasse. Beautiful fish. Not reef safe which makes me . You never mentioned; are you doing reef or FOWLR?
These are great looking wrasse and a good suggestion. Might get a bit big for a 65 gallon though. Think they are usually recommended for a 125 or bigger. Don't mean to be a jerk and stomp on your ideas or anything.
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Don't mean to be a jerk and stomp on your ideas or anything.
It's all good I was thinking the same thing a moment ago so I checked and I found 55-65G being the size. So maybe get a small one!
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I'm doing a FOWLR btw.Thanks any others?
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