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Thread: 180g stocking

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    One of those tangs would fit nicely in there. I would love to do a large school of chromis in a tank of this size, but that's just me.

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    Neither one of those Tangs would be a good addition at this point. While they may fit in the tank as far as size and bioload are concerned, they won't work with an established Regal Blue Tang. The combo of a Powder Blue and a Regal Blue is not a good combo at all, and Powder Browns are notoriously delicate and would be very stressed by the Regal Blue. If you really want something that looks similar in pattern then I suggest you look at the Whitecheek instead of the Powder Brown.
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    Thanks for the suggestions, I like the whitecheek tang since those are the colors I was looking for on a fish. btw I'd like to mention that none of this fish are in the 180g or established since I haven't sat this tank up yet and it won't be until after Jan 30th and most fish will be added at the same time so there won't be any territory disputes, most of my stocking has been decided except for that one big fish im looking for...

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    Add the regal last, and wait as long as possible to do it, if that is possible. Also, do it with the lights off, and when its dark. I've heard that helps with adding a bunch of fish or adding to an exists tank.

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    Have you thought about an achiles tang, I just recently purchased an achiles and I already have a purple and a hippo tang, the achiles and purple fought for a day or so and now they both swim around together, both the purple and achiles are beautiful fish that dont get extremely huge, but they both do have attitude problems.

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