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Old 10-11-2013, 07:58 AM   #1
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Upgrade stocking list??

Just upgraded to a 90 from a 55 looking for some more fish to add. Have 2 clowns, 2 yellow tail damsels,coral beauty and sailfin tang, what else could I add?
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sailfin could be an issue even in a 90 I would keep an eye on it. is it reef or fish only and are there inverts? maybe a foxface, a few cardinals, mandarin(if you hve refugium), fairy wrasse if not reef Bi colour angel and if not inverts maybe toby puffer or flame hawk
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I do have a few corals and inverts and yes I have a sump. The sailfin is small still
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Still needs a lot of swimming room though and grows nearly a foot anda half long
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Still needs a lot of swimming room though and grows nearly a foot anda half long
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Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Sailfin Tang, Desjardini

If you want a tang try a kole yellow eye or a bristletooth tang. They will fit a lot better in a tank that size.

Other fish to look at could include just about any reef safe wrasse. Chromis, Foxface, snowflake or midas blenny. There are a few other nice peaceful fish out there but they aren't really good to keep with damsels.
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