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180 gallon stocking list
ok so im back with a list of fish that i want. i have researched all of them. im finially setting up my tank and have everything. and the rocks are set up with open room with hiding spots. heres the list:
2-black and white clowns
2- bubble tip anemones
that is the fish i really want then the usual clean up crew. now i have two fish in question to add
1-powder blue tang
any advise?suggestions?is this a good or bad list? i will add the tangs last at the same time and add fish slowly .i would love to have everyfish on this list and i have set up everything to accomidate them and make them happy.
I would not put 2 Angel fish in a tank that small, they will kill each other. But, the others look good.
You got a male and a female? Right on.
Yea, you can have those fish also. I'd have a big skimmer and or a huge sump to help clean up the nutrients that will be in there. But, go for it.
I think that the powder blue and the naso tang are a bad idea. They are hard to keep fish that are very susceptible to disease and tend not to be the best eaters in captivity. I would probably steer clear of them myself and try the hardier species, such as a hippo tang.
Even if they've hanged together for years, theirs always a chance they will turn on each other and fight.
Powder Blue is a toughy to a degree, but not the Naso Tang. Those are pretty good once you get them acclimated.
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