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Old 07-22-2015, 08:50 PM   #11
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I only have a 14g but have gone for peaceful stocking...red fire fish, 2 neon gobies and a blackline blenny. I'm not as familiar with the larger fish and if these would work with them but I really like all of mine.
Firefish and a neon goby

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I have 2 yellow tangs. I wish I had gone for the Tomini . I love the yellows but they do need a good amount of swimming space.
That's for the help! I'm not familiar with the tomini, I'll check it out. How big is your tank? In gal if possible

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Always check to see what size tank it needs first with salt water fish. Some get surprisingly big.
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