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Old 03-23-2011, 04:48 PM   #11
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That seems like alot of fish. LOL. I have 3 in my 29 gallon tank and was looking for a fourth. that puffer is awesome btw. How big does it grow? I only have a pair of black oscellaris and a blenny.
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Puffer will grow a fair bit I think but is considered to be one of the smaller in comparison to other puffers! I am planning on moving him on to another tank( bigger)

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Is it like a tang that need alot of room for swimming? I will be upgrading to 4 foot 55g soon is why I'm asking. i figure I'll be getting some new fish when I gt the bigger tank.
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Is it like a tang that need alot of room for swimming? I will be upgrading to 4 foot 55g soon is why I'm asking. i figure I'll be getting some new fish when I gt the bigger tank.
No there reasonably docile!! Although he spits water at me when he wants feeding

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LOL Thats funny. My clownfish give me little kisses when I put my hands in the water. hehe I love these critters
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you didnt mention the damsel. Your maxed... especially in a tall tank
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you didnt mention the damsel. Your maxed... especially in a tall tank
On he's and damsel that's it for fishes then ! What about adding urchins etc

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On he's and damsel that's it for fishes then ! What about adding urchins etc

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On a new tank I don't see that starfish or that cleaner making it. Damsels get pretty mean as they age. Can you tell me what kind of Damsel it is?
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The star fish thriving at the mo, the cleaner wras is starting to loose it ( erratic behaviour) the dsmsel is yellow fin I think I think he's content

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