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Old 02-18-2014, 07:37 PM   #1
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Looks good, I'm loving the toadstools, one of my favorites!
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Looks good, I'm loving the toadstools, one of my favorites!

Thank you! I'm thinking about getting a fire fish and a six line wrasse to go with the 2 clown fish does that sound good to you?
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It looks great ! Six Line Wrasses are known to be very aggressive, so id stay away from them. A Firefish would work great though! They do better in pairs IME.
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It looks great ! Six Line Wrasses are known to be very aggressive, so id stay away from them. A Firefish would work great though! They do better in pairs IME.

Okay thanks!
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Anyone have any experience with a good goby for this sized tank? someone suggested a yasha goby before to me
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You could try some kinda of dwarf angel like: Flame Angel, Coral Beauty etc.
I don't know if they are reef safe though.

As for the gobies, I have a blue spotted watchman goby I just got a couple of days ago. They are shy when you first get them but they are cool to have. If you have a fuge, you could try the mandarin goby. They do hide a lot though.
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