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Photo Caption: 210 Gallon FOWLR
210 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 210 Gallon FOWLR

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 210 Gallon, 72" Aqualight Pro HQI Metal Halide/Compact Fluorescent w/ LED Moonlight, Coralife Aqua Chill 1/2 HP Chiller, Coralife Super Skimmer
Advice: If you are not sure, ask someone who knows! These are living creatures and not science experiments.
Fish Kept: Black Tang, Naso Tang, Sailfin Tang, Regal Angel, Scribble Angel, Blueface Angel, Queen Angel, Foxface Rabbitfish, Green Mandarinfish, Moorish Idol, Mated pair Pajama Cardinals, Coral Beauty, Yellow Tang, Flame Angel, Chromis, Ocelleris Clowns
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: If it ain't broke but you want to replace it anyway...make it look like an accident!
About Yourself: N/A

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It took about a month get the Idol eatting. We stimulated his feeding response with live black mussel in the shell. He now eats everything. We feed him New Life Spectrum pellets and nori. Occasionaly he gets PE Mysis as a treat. My philosophy is that if we don't try to keep them, we will never be able to keep them. fish avatar
your fish are just beautiful! how hard is/was it to feed your moorish idol? I want one but was told they are IMPOSSIBLE to feed. :( fish avatar
Porcelaindoll, Different Genus and planning. The order in which you add the angels is the key. fish avatar
question for you, i was always told you could never keep more than one angel per tank, how'd you do it?? fish avatar
Yes, why do you ask? fish avatar
Is this a real home aquarium? =? fish avatar

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