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Suggestions on a tang for a 90g

Discussion in 'Surgeonfish' started by boggs, Aug 28, 2008.

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    Upgrading to a 90g, Anyone got any good suggestions on a tang or 2 I could have succes with in it? I know it won't be for a while but you know how it goes, gotta get the stocking plan in your head. Makes it a lot eaiser when your spending all that money you don't have :grinyes:
     
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    tanker Josh Holloway--Be mine!!!

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    What kind of 90gal do you have (dimensions). To me 90's are just tall 75's.
     
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    Yes its a tall 75g
     
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    Amphiprion Contain the Excitement...

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    Only one species--Ctenochaetus strigosus aka the yellow-eyed or kole tang.
     
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    Well picked up a 75g AGA w/overflow today so there goes the tang I guess.. Thought I got a good deal tho. Got the tank, a 50g sump, 30 pounds of fiji, almost new coralife power compact for sump, heater, mag float, all the bulk heads and fittings for $140.00. I'm stoked!!
     
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    Wow, congrats on the deal. Thats really cheap!!!
     

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