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Old 06-28-2005, 11:49 AM   #1
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Fish suggestions, overstocked?

Tank is a 75g with 30g sump.

I'm going to set up a reef tank, and so far here is my wishlist:

Six Line Wrasse
Royal Gramma
Yellowstripe Maroon clownfish
(6) Blue-green chromis

I know this site has a calculator, but IMO it isn't too helpful, as the fish listed on the popular websites include the tail.

What I want is one more fish, preferebly a large one that is reef safe, as everything else on my list is quite small.

Any suggestions? Or am I already overstocked?

Also any suggestions for corals? I have 500w MH lighting.

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I think with what you have listed you might be able to get one more fish. Just be ready for water changes if the water quality goes. Maybe a coral beauty?? Or some other small angel, or maybe a yellow tang. Some one else may disagree with me though.

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Old 06-28-2005, 12:28 PM   #3
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A tang would be a nice addition to this list. You are not over-stocked. With that lighting your options for corals are pretty much endless.
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I agree a small Tang like a Yellow would be nice.
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I agree the yellow would be a good choice, but for something different, consider the chevron or kole yellow eyed tangs.
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