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Old 03-22-2006, 05:26 PM   #1
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Stocking question?

I know this is a touchy subject But I was wondering If I can get two more fish in my tank.
This is what we have now:
Sixline wrasse about an 1 1/4" long
Ocellaris Clown about 1 1/2" long
Flame Angel about 2" long
Royal Gramma about 2 1/2" long
Blue Mandarin about 3'' long
Green bubble tip
1 Skunk shrimp
1 Peppermint shrimp
about 15 hermit's and 15 adult snails and numerous baby snails.

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75 gallon
90 lbs liverock
20 lbs sand
2-emperor 400's
HOB superskimmer 65 model soon to be 125 model
HOB CPR Refugium (small) three diff macro's
mag 1200 on scwd wavemaker
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It's probably gonna depend more on what fish you are considering. You may be ok with two more small fish. JMO though
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It's probably gonna depend more on what fish you are considering. You may be ok with two more small fish. JMO though
my son(2 year old) wants his OWN Nemo because sissy doesnt want to share the one we have... and my daughter wants a Firefish...
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Size wise I`d think you would be OK but I`m just worried about the two clowns. I have a 125 and have two different clowns and they fight all the time. No telling what it will be like in a 75. JMO
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I agree you may have aggression issues adding another clown with the one who's already established. Be sure to get a small one so you don't have two females fighting and hope for the best.
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