Christopher Marks

What is your favorite type of fish?

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This keeps on changing for me. I love my Onyx clowns, but right up there with them is my McCosker's Flasher wrasse. I am trying to get two females for him.

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Barnacle blennies - loads of fun to watch and they can be housed in a small group

 

Keith

i love firefish

:D

 

Talbots Damsel

Red spot Cardinal

Barnacle blennies - loads of fun to watch and they can be housed in a small group

 

Keith

i love firefish

:D

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Triggerfish, especialy the blue throat and the niger. Above all, I don't like aggressif fish. My niger is a sweetheart!

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I dont have one yet but I love me some BS Jawfish. My least favorite fish are Picasso clownfish because I think they are a forced fad and they look like ass. Like a normal Clownfish with Vitiligo. And I even have Vitiligo lol.

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huh...maybe because they are big fish? make sense.

 

no tang will be happy in a 24 gallons for sure. I had a 2" blue hippo in a 21 gallons quarantine for a month and beleive that it was more than time for it to come out or I think it was about ready to jump out. Even for a 2" tang that's much too small.

 

why do tangs need to be in larger tanks???? i got a 24g nano, is that big enuf for a purple tang?

 

thanks, Mike

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Fried flounder is SO GOOD.

 

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clowns for sure though if i had a big enough tank i would have tangs i love them there awsome

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Gobies or Picasso Clowns

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Snowcasso's, catalina gobies, mccosker's flasher wrasse, clown tangs, and tomini tangs.

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Clownfish. I dont think you can beat the relationship between the clown & anemone.

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Love my fire fish

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Never tried them, but Dwarf Flame Angels are the most beautiful fish I have ever seen.

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My Clarkii Clown! He's not in my nano though...

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Tangs. Hands down.

 

Nano fish...I'd have to say dwarf angels.

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i like nano tangs and nano sharks. ha

 

 

 

-gobies

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I would have to say puffers. I know most are not nano tank sized, but they are so fascinating. Favorite nano-fish would have to be probably dragonets if you have a fuge that can provide the pods they need.

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I would have to say puffers. I know most are not nano tank sized, but they are so fascinating. Favorite nano-fish would have to be probably dragonets if you have a fuge that can provide the pods they need.

 

 

I know these aren't nano but,I used to have a 55 with FOWLR and had a panther grouper and a humahuma trigger those are my favorites

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Probably most of the anthias species, sohal tangs, BS jawfish, and simple vio lionfish

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i like a nice plump wrasse.. but who doesn't?

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fried or blackened

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saltwater-picasso clowns or mandarins

 

freshwater--betta plakat-(mine was crimson/red til he died from some funky fungus).

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