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Old 06/13/2019, 11:14 AM   #226
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Sohal does scary things..

https://youtu.be/noElyK55sOs

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Old 06/25/2019, 06:52 AM   #227
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Any updates? Love these large tanks and after seeing the freedom the fish have it pains me to know people put tangs in 75-90g tanks and think itís ok.


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Old 06/25/2019, 04:16 PM   #228
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Yes here is a little update.

2 Achilles introduced a few days ago 5 minutes before lights turn off. Sohal and 2 leucosternum were not amused and directly fight against Achilles. Darkness stopped aggressions. I was afraid for next morning. Sunrise is nearly 4 o clock and go through the window to tank. I stand up at 6.30am and went directly to tank. No aggressions anymore. Leucosternum, Achilles and Sohal next to each other. Of course sohal shows a few times that he is the boss but nothing I have to be afraid of in this moment. Achilles, tiny and large, eat frozen food and pellets a few hours later. That's a good sign.
Here my stocklist :

Acanthurus sohal adult
Acanthurus lineatus tiny
2 Acanthurus leucosternum
2 Acanthurus achilles
1 Acanthurus polyzona
1 Ctenochaetus flavicauda
15 Zebrasoma flavissima
2 Zebrasoma rostratum
2 Zebrasoma gemmatum
1 Zebrasoma desjardinii
1 Naso vlamengii
1 Naso elegans

2 Zanclus cornutus
1 Forcipiger longirostris
3 Hemitaurichthys polylepis

1 Pomacanthus annularis semi adult
2 Pomacanthus imperator semi adult
1 Holacanthus clarionensis
1 Apolemichthys arcuatus
1 Apolemichthys griffisi
2 Chaetodontoplus personifer
2 Centropyge multicolor
1 Centropyge interrupta
1 Paracentropyge multifaciata tb

1 Anampses lennardi
2 Labroides dimidiatus
1 Labroides bicolor

2 Liopropoma carmabi
2 Oxycirrhites typus
1 Neocirrhites armatus
2 Meiacanthus kamoharai
2 Oxymonacanthus halli

2 Pseudanthias pascalus
4 Pseudanthias pleurotaenia
2 Pseudanthias ventralis
7 Pseudanthias evansi
7 Pseudanthias parvirostris
4 Serranocirrhitus latus


Greetings Torben



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Old 06/25/2019, 04:18 PM   #229
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Awesome, love all the fish. The size definitely helps with the aggression.


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Old 06/25/2019, 04:50 PM   #230
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Yes I think so but there are to many tangs if all fully grown. I think I have to sell a few then.
May be I change the yellow tangs if they are adult against tiny ones again...

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