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    Senior Member weeble's Avatar
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    looking for a show piece

    ok not that the rest of the creatures in this hobby arent but im looking for something to stand out in my tank..its a 77 gal currently hosting a coral beauty, blue devil, and a royal gramma along with a peppermint shrimp and a coral banded shrimp. im looking for 1 or 2 more fish to finish it off preferably somethign striking...was thinking a yellow tang or a lemonpeel angel or a half black angel
    what do you think any suggeestions of fish compatible with what i have and able to live in the 77 gal

    thanks
    Craig

    Tank: 77gal reef, deltec AP600 skimmer, 440W VHO lighting.
    Livestock:Coral beauty, Tomato Clown, Yellow Tang, magenta dottyback, 3 stripe damsel, yellow tail damsel, coral banded shrimp

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    well.... i love the half blacks, almost bought one myself a few weeks ago, only it was not in great shape. some people say with two angles you may run into trouble, however you do have a 77g so you may just be fine. Have you thougth about a fox face? could be a nice show fish.

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    Senior Member volitan's Avatar
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    weeble,if you want a yellow tang i got one for sale.

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    How much are you selling him for ?
    Mark
    50 Gal SPS/LPS Mixed Reef
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    Senior Member volitan's Avatar
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    40$ and he is extremelly healthy.....i have a diatom and a uv light so no parasites at all.I had him for 3 months now.
    Derik...

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    Senior Member weeble's Avatar
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    how big is he ?
    Craig

    Tank: 77gal reef, deltec AP600 skimmer, 440W VHO lighting.
    Livestock:Coral beauty, Tomato Clown, Yellow Tang, magenta dottyback, 3 stripe damsel, yellow tail damsel, coral banded shrimp

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    Senior Member volitan's Avatar
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    about 3.5 to 4 inches
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    I'd take the tang as a showpiece fish. I have one in my 79 gallon and it is striking. Really stands out.
    The Frosstman

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    Of the fish you listed, the Lemonpeel is by far the most beautiful!! Yellow tangs are nice, but kinda plain, and halfblacks are just ugly IMO.

    The Lemonpeel will stand out the most in your tank.
    James...

    "Knowing is half the battle!" ~ G.I. JOE

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    Senior Member weeble's Avatar
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    yeah im kinda leaning towards the lemonpeel but i hear there the least reef safe of the dwarf angels and with the coral beauty im affraid a bit of fights
    Craig

    Tank: 77gal reef, deltec AP600 skimmer, 440W VHO lighting.
    Livestock:Coral beauty, Tomato Clown, Yellow Tang, magenta dottyback, 3 stripe damsel, yellow tail damsel, coral banded shrimp

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