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Old 02-03-2018, 12:48 AM
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Hereís a question for you all, if you could pick one main fish almost like a centre piece for a 75g sps tank what would it be and why?
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Bandit Angel: Reason because you said I could have 1
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Blue star leopard Wrasse because of the colours
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Bandit Angel: Reason because you said I could have 1
Doesnít count. 75 isnít big enough for a bandit.
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I do like the flame wrasse but itís not a showstopper, 75g limits the possibilities
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blue boxfish = coolest fish on earth that nobody has
blue spot jawfish if you are using sand = tons of personality and beautiful colors
panamic barnacle blenny = can have a little community of these guys and also a cool out of the ordinary fish
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Doesnít count. 75 isnít big enough for a bandit.
He asked what fish I would put in a 75 gallon. I would get a small one, keep the tank stocked low in fish and keep him in there until he got too big. At that time I would be ready for an upgrade and build a bigger tank.
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Hereís a question for you all, if you could pick one main fish almost like a centre piece for a 75g sps tank what would it be and why?
What's your budget?
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For me personally up to $200
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For me personally up to $200
How about a Marine Betta? I find they do better in smaller tanks since they are quite passive feeders. In big tanks with aggressive feeders they often need target feeding. In smaller tanks they are usually less cryptic, and don't usually need to be target fed.
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