FOWLR aggressive tank ideas

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by Roc, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. travis furia

    travis furia Guest

    Iv good 2 green spotted puffers and a fugu puffer I'm sum what trying to find a new home for. The fish stores sell them at fresh water but when u do research they live in salt water and go up stream to bread. So that's were they r mistaken for fresh water. They only get about 6 inches but it's food for thought I'm happy to give them a good home.

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  2. Roc

    Roc Guest

    Think i got a good list to start with

    antennata lionfish

    snowflake eel

    harlequin tusk

    Pinkface Wrasse

    Twin Spot Wrasse

    Mystery Wrasse
  3. Roc

    Roc Guest

    Any comments?
  4. rygh

    rygh Supporting Member

    Don't Twin Spots get big and need a deep sand bed? No real knowledge on those though.

    I really looked at getting a Pink face a while back. So cool looking.
    But they do get a bit mean and territorial, so you have to add them last.
    But since I never found one actually in stock, decision was moot.

    I like all the other ones on the list. I had a Mystery Wrasse as well for a while. Great fish.
  5. Roc

    Roc Guest

    Damn I read their size wrong, ok twin spot is out
  6. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Lunar wrasse!
  7. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    Broom tail wrasse
    Bumble bee grouper...only!
    Last edited: May 5, 2016
  8. Roc

    Roc Guest

    WTF those are huge

    Had one that was super mean, wish i could get him back, but he wasnt as cool looking as the Tusk, pink face or Mystery
  9. rygh

    rygh Supporting Member

    Just a thought:
    If you just stick to these :
    antennata lionfish (or two)
    snowflake eel (or a couple)
    harlequin tusk
    Mystery Wrasse

    It opens you up to more peaceful/semi-agressive mid-size angels and others.
    * Regal Angelfish
    * Magnificent Foxface (I have one. They are peaceful, but can easily fend off aggressive fish)
  10. Roc

    Roc Guest

    Thanks, those are both great ideas. But if I did that, what would be the staging of the fish

    thinking Lion fish, tusk and eel at 1st, then maybe the foxface or angel then the wrasse?
  11. rygh

    rygh Supporting Member

    Not sure.
    Opinion: Look at which is the most territorial, not the most aggressive, and add those last.
    It will vary depending on what size/age you manage to find also.

    The randomness of what you can actually find in store/online messes with the best of your planning.
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  12. Roc

    Roc Guest

    I have an inside source to the whole sellers ;)
  13. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Colorado member

    Spread the wealth bro. What's your source? Someone you know?
  14. Roc

    Roc Guest

    Yes and someone who owes me a large credit from when I took down my last reef

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