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Old 09-01-2003, 11:01 AM   #1
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what are some nice fish to add later?

well after the pond block wiped out my babies i am starting a new family as we speak i have got some fish coming this is the list im getting an orange linkia starfish, royal gramma, percula clown, a juvi emperor angel, 5 cerith snails, and a ricordea coral .

i want to look to add more later but i want more coral and starfish <my kids like them> any suggestions? and i have a 90 gallon with a 304 fuval canister and a good protein skimmer im still new at this but looking for color what about a coral beauty could i get one? let me know what you all think would be a good choice and how many is a good limit of fish

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Old 09-01-2003, 03:40 PM   #2
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Well if you are looking for color (and depending on your bundget) I would go with a harlequin tusk, however it will probably go after your snails. They are a little expensive in some parts. It might also go after your starfish. I never had that problem.

Also Lionfish are colorful.
Yelllow Tank, if underfed it could nip at corals.
Scott's Fairy Wrasse. Excellent Beauty and very good reef fish.
Six Line Wrasse. Excellent all around and doesn't get big at all.
Jawfish. Nice looking fish.
you can get a coral beauty, but will nip at stony corals.

As for coral

i like the bubble coral, however they are aggressive so keep distance between them and other corals. (They have stinging tentacles) Your fish will be fine though.

Star Polyps are beautiful and spread fast.

Mushroom coral get beautiful and easy to take care of.

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Old 09-16-2003, 12:28 AM   #3
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I really lke my green star polyps, they are pretty colorful and not very aggressive. Check out jawfish, they are pretty sweet.
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