E el ID Please

Pleco420

New member
I think it is a gymnothorax friambiatus (not sure of the spelling on the latter)

Thanks for your help and hope you enjoy the pics

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Pleco420

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He was about 20", traded him for a lemonpeel Angelish from a LFS. My tank could not handle the bio-load. So I am returning to being a reefer

:O)~~~
 

LisaD

That's not a salmon
Team RC
He was about 20", traded him for a lemonpeel Angelish from a LFS. My tank could not handle the bio-load. So I am returning to being a reefer

so are you saying you are returning the eel? I'd think a lemonpeel angel would be less bioload than the eel. sorry, I'm confused.
 

Pleco420

New member
No, sorry, I was saying that I traded the eel in for the lemonpeel angel fish.

The eel's bioload was too much for me to handle, at times (lazy) the cyano blooms would get 2 inches thick.

Also, I added a hawkfish to my tank. He is awesome! :O)
 

Pleco420

New member
What do you think...?

The plan is to add a YSM, Mandarin & Myestery or Linneatus wrasse (perhaps m/f combination)

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