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Old 08-25-2015, 11:08 PM   #1
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Was wondering of what kind of fish I can add in the tank. I have one goby and one clownfish. Considering flame angel but if that's not an option I can try a bangaii and another clown.


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What about a basslet of some sort? The flame may be a bit too active for that size tank. A red firefish would be a nice splash of color as well. Just have a good lid as they will jump! A smaller blenny would be a good fit as well.


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Possibly a basslet, firefish never really appealed to me that much.


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Harlequin Basslet are really neat looking also the lantern basslet
I have a harlequin basslet adds lots of life in the tank there markings are out of this world
cardinals do better in trio's , flame angel or any dwarf 29 is just a tad small because of the foot print of the tank
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Old 08-25-2015, 11:33 PM   #5
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Man... Should've gotten the 40 when I had the chance... Anyway I'll look into the basslets.


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I love royal gramma basslets you should totally get one!!
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I love royal gramma basslets you should totally get one!!

+1 while mines fairly shy she comes right out for food! She's a piggy! And beautiful coloration


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In my 29 I have a pair of O. Clowns a starry Blenny and a beng Cardinal. Everyone seems to be healthy and not on each other's nerves because they all having different swim patters and areas of the tank

Clowns host the large frogspawn
Blenny perches on rocks and picks at stuff all day
The cardinal just kind of methodically floats around the tank not bothering anyone


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Remember my o clown pair killed my royal bass and bangaii. Hopefully my new clown will be a the peaceful resident.


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