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Old 02-04-2013, 01:46 AM   #1
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Help on what to do next?

Hi all. I currently have a yellow tang, flame angel, two clown fish, blue-streaked wrasse fish, and 9-8 hermit craps, sand conch. For corals I have a bird nest(sps), torch coral, candy cane, flower pot, mushroom, and another coral I can't remember the name of. All corals are frags. Tank size. 72 gallons. Any suggestions on what I should get next? I'm gunna guess more clean up crew though haha. But any suggestions would be great! Corals too!!
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:52 AM   #2
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More coral!

I'll always want more coral.

Your fish seem good unless you see one you really want

Cuc is always good if you dont have enough

And shrimp/crabs are usually the coolest creatures
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You could do some cool combos like a goby and shrimp. Or some fun inverts since you don't have anything that could hurt it like a Pom Pom crab.

Or what about a clam?

Zoas would be cool too.

I'm just riffing some ideas that I would maybe want in mine
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Sounds like good ideas but what would 2-4 blue damsels be like? I want like a schooling fish. And schooling fish suggestions?
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Blue green chromis is a good schooling fish and less expensive.
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