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Old 03-11-2014, 03:58 AM   #1
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Stock list for my 29g bioCube

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I am wondering if these fish are good choices for my 29g BioCube?
(1) green chromis
(1) firefish
(1) six line wrasse

And, down the line a pair of Clown Fish

Thanks for you advice .
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Old 03-11-2014, 04:02 AM   #2
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A pair of smaller clowns and a purple or hilfrichi firefish would look great and keep your nutrient levels at decent rates. Focus on corals instead if you can. You can build a nice eye pleaser that way with just a few fish.
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:06 AM   #3
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You prob need to decide on the chromis and firefish or clown fish. The sixline would be fine but keep a lid on the tank as they tend to jump and also a lot of rock work to swim in/out of.
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Thanks, I do have a lid, some coral-already have the fish mentioned except for the clowns. The fish I have seem happy with each other.
Corals: two Zoa frags
1 green low growing mushroom
1 pink torch, already split from one head to two and looks like might be adding a third, (happy torch).
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Old 03-30-2014, 12:56 PM   #5
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Basslets, Flame Angel, Bi-Color Blenny or Anthias?
Are there any fish in these families that are appropriate for my 29g reef Biocube? I also like some of the rock-type fish, but would rather not have a fish that digs into the sand too much.

My Blue Green Chromis has died, I think that when our street had a power outage, my crabs got it. (2 Emerald crabs and several hermit crabs). So, I only have a fire fish and a 6 Line Wrasse, the 6 Line is small one, so far.
I would also like a clown fish or a pair of clown fish.

I would only like one fish at this time, I am going slowly, unless I put in two smallish clown fish at the same time.
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No angels of any kind, too small. The Biocube is a great tank and is pretty flexible. I had a Longnose hawk for a while, they're really interesting fish. I got hit with ich and lost every fish, but I have a dwarf lion now.
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The blenny or any of the bassletts would be fine. No anthias or angels though
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No angels of any kind, too small. The Biocube is a great tank and is pretty flexible. I had a Longnose hawk for a while, they're really interesting fish. I got hit with ich and lost every fish, but I have a dwarf lion now.

You have a dwarf lion in a bio cube? Op I agree with bribo
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You have a dwarf lion in a bio cube? Op I agree with bribo

Yeah, when or if he gets too big I have a friend to take him.
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