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Old 02-22-2010, 05:51 PM   #1
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Fish suggestion for 75 gallon tank

On another thread I stated that I want to wait till my big tank is up and running before getting a tang. The one I have now is 75g, what would be a good replacement for a tang. I have a firefish and a flasher wrasse now and next week I'm getting two ocellaris clowns. What would be a neat next fish?
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Blenny or goby. Lot's to choose from.
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I would agree, My scooter blenny is the one fish i love to watch the most lol. They are just kind of comical the way they scoot around everywhere. Diamond gobies are fun to watch as well if you quite a bit of a sand area for them.
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Kole tang. Sorry, had to throw it out there! LOL.

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I would agree, My scooter blenny is the one fish i love to watch the most lol. They are just kind of comical the way they scoot around everywhere. Diamond gobies are fun to watch as well if you quite a bit of a sand area for them.
Scooter blenny is actually a dragonet (like a mandarin) and not a blenny.
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Haha glad you said that Severum I would've otherwise. How about a Chormis? Tough little buggers and not bad colour.
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Cardinals would be good. I have 2 bangai cardinals in my 75.
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A Kole tang would be OK in a 75 gallon tank. That or either a yellow tang.. They are the only tangs I would recommend in a less than 6 foot tank.
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