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Old 08-23-2011, 10:07 AM   #1
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So just wondering does anyone know any good fish i could put in my 28 gallon tank... Stock list so far:
2 oceallris clowns
1 pink spotted goby
2 small hermits
1 fire shrimp
1 striped shrimp
1 polyp i dont quite know the name of haha
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Old 08-23-2011, 10:12 AM   #2
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Thats a loaded question ya know lol. Theres so many differnet thigns you could add, well, within reason of course.

How about a blenny? They have neat personalities and some come in really nice colors....
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What do you mean by loaded question? haha I didnt want to say anything in particular incase there was any little guys that ive never seen and might want haha ill take a look at a few blennys but dont they have issues with gobies haha
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I've got a lwnmower blenny and a pink spotted watchman in one tank. I also have two gobies in my cube with 2 dragonets.

Midas blennys are awesome in color and diposition. The selction of belnnys is quite large in fact. I can link you whats available in the states but that probably wont help you much but here it is anyways

Blennies: Blenny Fish Species Including Bicolor, Striped and other Blennies
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I love the bicolour, they have one in the lfs round here and hes the funniest thing to watch
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Old 08-23-2011, 10:27 AM   #6
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Well there ya go, an option already! I just find I can't have a great tank without a blenny of some kind. lol
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Haha any other species you would reccomend?
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Hmm there' chromis, basslets, cardinalfish and a few others. Just for an idea here is a nano tank link for smaller fish. As you have a few already i wouldnt put anything that is gonna get that large in there.

Nano Fish

I'm partial to the orange lined cardinals. lol I do hear that they are active fish though so thats a plus. Have you checked out royal grammas? They love the rockwork but are absolutely beautifully coloured.
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Okay thanks again carey you give the best advice
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Any advice on starfish ?
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