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Old 12-29-2015, 01:57 AM   #1
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Hey everyone I just wanted to start a thread about my reef tank where I can post updates and ask for advice

So this tank has been running only about 3 weeks since I moved everything over from my 20 gallon. It's mainly LPS with a couple montis, an acro frag, a rose BTA and a mini maxi carpet anemone.

So far for stocking I have 2 skunk clowns, a citron goby, and an ocellaris clown, but am planning on re-homing the third wheel clown and the goby.

What does everyone think about this for my ultimate stocking plan:
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-yasha shrimp goby
-Tailspot blenny
-dispar anthias or flasher wrasse (?)

Too much? Does everything sound compatible? Is a single anthias ok? Of course these will be added gradually over the next few months.


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Old 12-29-2015, 05:39 PM   #2
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I'd get a flasher over the anthias. If you're gonna do a single anthias get a sunburst/fathead as they seem to do ok by themselves and aren't as big of open water swimmers as the other ones

Good choice on the yasha! They're awesome

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I know I love tailspots!!! I've tried to keep them in the past but they haven't lasted long for some reason.
I also had a yasha and loved it but unfortunately lost him from an ich outbreak.

Ok so I'm not so sure about the wrasse/ anthias yet. If I didn't get either, would it be a horrible idea to get a banded pipefish? We have one at work that has been eating and thriving for a month in a stock tank.
Only thing that worries me is I do have some euphillia and anemones.


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