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ymh1253 02-04-2008 08:10 PM

Is it possible?
 
I have a 25 gallon salt water...2 inches of live sand on the bottom..6 pounds of live rock..400 power head and a 3000 wet dry multi filter..I just started it 5 days ago and put my first fish in it today..a 1 and a half inch tomato clown and 3 hermit crabs..now my question is..I want to start little multi community of interesting fish..ex..triggers and puffers..yellow tang..and maybe 1 more...is that possible? ..and if so what species of triggers..puffers ect..could i get?...thx

Aquatic_Fan 02-04-2008 08:51 PM

Is your tank even fully cycled? Have you tested your parmaters before putting fish in.....because that would be a waste of money if they died because your tank wasn't cycled.

And to also answer your question....i would highly doubt that it would work.....yellow tangs require 75gal minimum and puffers are aggressive fish and can get fairly large. My answer would be no. Sorry i don't know of any kinds you could get maybe someone could answer that part.

Good Luck

bobo 02-05-2008 01:48 AM

a valentini puffer is the only one that may go into a tank that size, but again you`d want him to be the only fish since hes really messy. stick to smaller fish - 25 gallon means you`re only talking about 2-3 small fish anyway


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