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Old 10-04-2018, 04:18 AM
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i love kz sand before had caraibsea and kz looks much better
Hello kosiarek84,I am very happy to give you advice, thank you for sharing your experience with me. This is very practical for me. Let me start from the beginning of the fish. I will refer to your suggestion, thank you.
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:56 AM
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Do you have a list of current fish?

I think one or two tangs would look great in your reef, you have plenty of swimming space, and they would also help eat algae

I also think gobies are a great addition to most tanks, avoid the coral gobies though as they may damage corals. Gobies won't increase bioload so much, so might not help with darkening the corals.
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Old 10-04-2018, 10:16 AM
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TE=blackizzz;340391]Do you have a list of current fish?

I think one or two tangs would look great in your reef, you have plenty of swimming space, and they would also help eat algae

I also think gobies are a great addition to most tanks, avoid the coral gobies though as they may damage corals. Gobies won't increase bioload so much, so might not help with darkening the corals.[/QUOTE]

I have some pocket lists, but I hesitate a lot, will fight, the third picture fish seems to be very difficult (I like to watch most of them together), can you recommend me some, I will check the information.

Your recommended picture 4 seems to be good too, but I hate it attacking my hand when I clean the tank, ha
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Old 10-04-2018, 11:18 AM
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Anthias (third picture) will contribute greatly to the bioload, they need to be fed many times a day.

I wouldn't recommend the blue tang, they get really large and are prone to ich.
Maybe a powder blue tang or a powder brown tang? they're also prone to ich, but doesn't get just as large.

The yellow tang is a good addition, a really bright color to the tank

The 4th picture is a blenny, they're really good algae eaters, but may nip on SPS and damage them. (I had one kill a millepora a few years ago)
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Old 10-05-2018, 03:08 AM
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Sounds like a good plan Jacky, because of the fish, some additional smaller fish makes it easier, improve the fish load slow step by step which will give you more control for the changes.

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Old 10-05-2018, 10:15 AM
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Anthias (third picture) will contribute greatly to the bioload, they need to be fed many times a day.

I wouldn't recommend the blue tang, they get really large and are prone to ich.
Maybe a powder blue tang or a powder brown tang? they're also prone to ich, but doesn't get just as large.

The yellow tang is a good addition, a really bright color to the tank

The 4th picture is a blenny, they're really good algae eaters, but may nip on SPS and damage them. (I had one kill a millepora a few years ago)
Ok.thank you blackizzz, I will add a few fish in the near future, thank you very much for giving me your experience, which is very good for me. I also look forward to sharing your new coral with us.
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Old 10-05-2018, 10:20 AM
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Sounds like a good plan Jacky, because of the fish, some additional smaller fish makes it easier, improve the fish load slow step by step which will give you more control for the changes.

G.Alexander
Ok, thank you G.
I will buy a few new fish to add "thickness" to the tank. I have a question. If my decision is the fish in picture 3, then I can buy a few fish at a time.
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:01 AM
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Ok.thank you blackizzz, I will add a few fish in the near future, thank you very much for giving me your experience, which is very good for me. I also look forward to sharing your new coral with us.


They came earlier today
Will be posting some pictures later!
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:43 PM
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Yes, they should not be kept alone, minimum is 3 of them.

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Old 10-06-2018, 08:38 AM
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Yes, they should not be kept alone, minimum is 3 of them.

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Thank you G. I understand.,Already ordered 6 fish, picture 3
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Old 10-09-2018, 08:39 AM
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https://youtu.be/aeaNIoVN7F0

https://youtu.be/FktE7pvOk3I

Newly bought a few fish
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Old 10-11-2018, 07:27 PM
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Nice Jacky! I love Anthias, they bring so much life to the reef
Just remember they need to be fed often
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Old 10-11-2018, 09:52 PM
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Nice Jacky! I love Anthias, they bring so much life to the reef
Just remember they need to be fed often
Ok, thank you for telling me, so they need to be fed regularly. The male fish will catch up with the new fish, afraid to hide, and some slowly adapt to the environment. In addition, I also came in a few corals, and observed the growth and color of the corals in the past few days.

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The acro forest "en devenir"
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The acro forest "en devenir"
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Thank you for your appreciation. They are still grassy, ​​not as dense as a forest. thank you
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