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Old 07-22-2013, 03:53 PM   #1
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fish stock 37g reef?

i have a 37g with about 15 lbs of lr,and 2 inches of sand,my livestock is 2 ocellaris clowns,and a strawberry crab, i was curious if there were a small type of puffer fish i could get,if not any ideas for me to get,i used to have 2 clowns,a yellow watchman goby,and 3 blue damsels but they all died during the blackout from sandy and im finally restarting so thanks!
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Old 07-22-2013, 03:54 PM   #2
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I wouldn't do a puffer consenting it will eat any inverts. There are other fish though that will work
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like what? i want to here some of your suggestions
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Old 07-23-2013, 02:11 AM   #4
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Well the spotted filefish and harlequin bass, midas goby, disco blenny, and a tail spot blennys are a few
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Helfrichi fire fish, bicolor blennies, and tanaka's Pygmy wrasses are also an option
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If you get rid of the crab you could try a saddle valentini puffer, I believe they are recommended for a 30 gal tank.
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Yes, I also believe the valentini could work, but it will eat your crab and potentially your corals...
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Yes, I also believe the valentini could work, but it will eat your crab and potentially your corals...
+1 they are also able to nip fins of tank mates.
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