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Old 01-22-2014, 04:10 AM   #1
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Final stock help

Hey guys I want to finish stocking my tank it's a 55gal bow front I have one occ clown one yellow belly damsel and 3 chromis a pep shrimp and 3 Astrea snails I want a centre piece fish what suggestions do you have
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:04 AM   #2
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Another clown. Take it young (or male), so you sure to not have sex issues...

Maybe you'll like a starfish? Other shrimps ? Firefish ? Diamond watcham goby is awesome !!! Just make sure there's no hole on your top for the first few days...
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Ditch the damsel. Get another clown to pair up. Then add either a jawfish or an engineer goby.
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You could add 5 more fish easily in that tank. My suggestion would be to get a bonded pair of fairy or flasher wrasses.
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I actually like my damsel it's more placid then the clown and chromis haha I might look into the engineer goby and maybe a wrasse ill have to buy a lid tho I want one of the coral gobys I think they are there yellow or green and perch on corals
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Oh and I will probably look into another clown as well
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What about a bottem dweller like a goby or blennie.
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That's not a bad idea all my fish swim at the top or mid range
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What about a bottem dweller like a goby or blennie.

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I really like my lawnmower blenny.
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Any really colourful bottom dwellers I'd like a red line cleaner but they are like $150
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