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Old 10-11-2011, 11:00 PM   #1
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Stock ideas!!:)

Hello!
I'm sure I've posted atleast 3 of these threads in the past but plans change and so do interests so here we go!
I'll be setting up a 30 gallon Lps and softy reef tank. So far I have this

Mated pair of occelaris clowns
Yellow watchman goby
Flame angel?

I know angels van poke at corals... Has anyone had any experience with them in a reef? If I provide algae crisps on a clip for it to graze will it help?

Any other stock ideas are mucho appreciated!!!
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Old 10-11-2011, 11:06 PM   #2
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i would also like to know about the alage clips and angel
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Old 10-11-2011, 11:10 PM   #3
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i would also like to know about the alage clips and angel
With my Lemonpeel, he RARELY ever nipped. It is pretty much a 50/50, but your Angel could never nip at a coral, and he could then decide to do it all the time.
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Oh and also, I think the Yellow Watchman is a good idea, they are my favorite kind of Goby!
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would the algae clips help?
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Oh and also, I think the Yellow Watchman is a good idea, they are my favorite kind of Goby!
I know, there beautiful! Ill get a pistol shrimp with him and watch them do there thing.
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Do you think the goby, angel, and two clowns will be max bioload? One more?
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depends what fish, what do u have in mind?
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depends what fish, what do u have in mind?
Maybe a dottyback? There a bit agressive though right?
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