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Just wondering if 35 inches of total adult fish length is to much for a 90g tank? Does that sound to crowded none would be bigger then 5 inches most would be 3.

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Sounds like lots of water changes to keep up on water parameters but once a week would likely be fine. Really depends on the fish and how messy of eaters they are though

 

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It all depends on your filtration system, the size of you refugium, and like noob said how messy your fish are. If you have decent equipment and a good fuge you might be able to do it :)

 

Or you could go for a 125 or 150 (whistle)

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Just wondering if 35 inches of total adult fish length is to much for a 90g tank? Does that sound to crowded none would be bigger then 5 inches most would be 3.

 

Sounds good as long as they are all tangs-(rock2)

and Soho's to boot.

 

In all honesty, I had at least that in my 75 and did monthly water changes (if that) and NO3 and PO4 were both nearly 0.

 

A great skimmer, and amount you feed will play a huge role-so its more than a yes/no answer-

 

Zero help I know DOH!

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here is what I was thinking

Pair of clowns percs

yellow clown gobie

mandarindragonet

royal garama

lawn mower blenny

Pair of fire fish

Flame angel

and possibely a green clown goby as well.

 

Going to run a very large fuge and a high quality skimmer that is rated for a much larger tank.I do weekly water changes as it is and was planning on keeping up with weekly water changes going forward.

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here is what I was thinking

Pair of clowns percs

yellow clown gobie

mandarindragonet

royal garama

lawn mower blenny

Pair of fire fish

Flame angel

and possibely a green clown goby as well.

 

Going to run a very large fuge and a high quality skimmer that is rated for a much larger tank.I do weekly water changes as it is and was planning on keeping up with weekly water changes going forward.

 

That should be just fine. Your talking all little fish.

 

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Measuring fish in 1" is silly. 35 1" fish is a lot different than one 35" fish. It's not really a question of what a 90 gallon can hold as much as it is a question of how often you can change the water LOL. Seriously though if you want to keep coral and not do a ton of maintenance then just get the fish you can't live with out.

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That should be just fine. Your talking all little fish.

 

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+1 that sounds completely reasonable

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