Finally found a Tank on Craigslist!!!

Discussion in 'Reef Fishes' started by spongeycrab, Sep 28, 2013.

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    spongeycrab

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    Hey everyone, I've finally found a tank and I think I'm gonna jump on it. It's a 75g with a stand, 125g skimmer, pre drilled, fuge, wavemakers a pump and more, only $200! So anyway this list is meant for 220g which is the biggest tank I want in the future, so once I have the list sorted out I'll use the portion of this list that can fit in a 75g (sorry if I'm unclear I'm just so excited!).

    Fish list (Alphabetical):

    Angels:

    Flame Angel

    Coral Beauty

    Pair of Bellus Angelfish

    Anthias:

    Trio of Squarespot Anthias

    Basslets:

    Chalk bass

    Blennies:

    Yellow sailfin Blenny

    Clownfish:

    Pair of Occy. Clowns

    Gobies:

    Citrinis Goby

    Yasha Goby

    Gold Neon Goby

    Jawfish:

    Tiger or yellow head jawfish

    Tangs:

    Yellow eye kole tang

    White cheek (gold rim) tang

    Purple Tang

    Wrasse:

    Longfin fairy wrasse

    Scarlet Pin Stripe Wrasse (Pseudocheilinus evanidus)

    Green Wrasse (Halichoeres chloropterus)

    Maybe Fish:

    Redstripe Hogfish or Yellow candy Hogfish
     
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    Very fun! I love my chalk bass. I don't know why they aren't more popular.
    A lot of those will work out well in the 75 if you buy it. Do you know the brands of the skimmer and pumps?
     
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    I don't know the brand of the pumps but the skimmer is a 125 coral life super skimmer that is brand new.
     
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