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Old 11-21-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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Suggestions for last fish to add!

Hey,

I have a Biocube 14G that currently houses an ocellaris clownfish, yellowtail damsel, fire shrimp, various hermits and snail, and a few mushrooms/zoas. I used to have a tailspot blenny as well, but it died out of no where after a few months. The tank is consistently at 0 for nitrates/nitrites/ammonia. Was hoping for some suggestions for a third and final fish to add that would be ok given my tank size. If needed, I can take the damsel back and reintroduce a new damsel after the other fish has been introduced to the tank to avoid possible aggression. (damsel never had any problems with clown or tail spot blenny).

Any suggestions/feedback/etc. would be much appreciated!
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Old 11-21-2011, 05:34 PM   #2
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How about a Yellow Clown Goby? They are cut and colorful. I am not sure if you would have to remove the Damsel and reintroduce it though.
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I was considering one of those, or another type of goby. possibly the yellow watchman? Not super concerned about getting a fish that is going to be crazy active, since the clown and damsel are both all over the place. I am mainly looking for a cool looking fish that will at least be visible and not hide most of the time.
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Yep, the Clown Goby is pretty cool. They perch on the rocks, so I wouldn't say they are super active. They are perfect for your sized tank too!
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What about firefish?
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