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Old 09-27-2015, 02:13 PM   #1
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Stock advice to finish 40b?

I currently have:
Coral beauty
Pair percula clowns
Lawnmower blenny

Assorted snails
Hermits
Cleaner shrimp

Dozen coral frags (ZOA,LPS,SPS)

Tank about 9 months old
50 to 60lbs rock
29g sump with macro algae fuge

How many more fish could fit ?
Any suggestions on another fish that would get along?

Also, thinking about adding a rbta once I finish upgrading my LEDs.

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Old 09-27-2015, 04:16 PM   #2
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You could always try a snowflake moray. Mine is like a kitten. Never has even tried attacking fish or clean up crew members.
Algae blenny would help with an algae missed by the snails.
Maybe even a goby pistol shrimp combo. 
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Royal gramma.(Gramma loreto)
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I have the algae blenny already. The goby/pistol would be cool, but an open water swimmer might be better. A royal gramma would add some nice color.
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If you don't have any really small fish a dwarf lionfish would add some serious personality to the mix


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lion wouldn't fit with his current stock , have you thought of maybe a Melanarus Wrasse



Or maybe a long nose hawk fish

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Maybe a male mccoskers flasher Wrasse with a couple females for him to show off too? I also think a purple tilefish would be pretty awesome. Gets a little bigger than the Wrasses but I think it should be ok with the dimensions of a 40b.



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