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Old 02-16-2017, 08:04 PM
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If you want I will trade you my 125 Gallon for your 90 gallon if you can pick up and deliver the 90 gallon. You can even take the 125 first and transfer your fish and rock first. I'm looking for a smaller tank to make my QT.
Thank you for the offer. I think the 90 is going to be sufficient for now.
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Old 02-16-2017, 08:08 PM
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Hi Eric

If I was only able to keep one fish it would be a Clown Trigger ( I know too big) What I really like is the coloration stays with the fish and they have tremendous personalities,not with other tankmates but with their owners

I also believe many fish will grow to the tank and angelfish have great personalities, I had and Emperor that grew to 9in in a 120 and had full adult coloration and streamers

The problem with the one fish is you want a fish that will be interactive with you. Maybe a Tusk?
Hi Andy, thanks for the suggestions. I am leaning toward an angelfish because they're my favorite for FOWLR setups. I've always wanted an Emperor angel as well. I'm not ruling out a larger tank in a few years but not yet.
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