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Old 06-14-2008, 08:22 PM   #11
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I would look at pseudochromis/dottyback family. They stay relatively small around 3" and have some very cool colors. If you like the royal game this is a pseudo that looks just like the RG and is much more of a fighter. If your damsels end up being aggressive (not saying the will for sure) that family of fish will be much more likely to fight back and deal with the more aggressive environment. The are also reef safe and pretty hardy. We had one that we name "kung fu" just fu for short because he would dart out and pick fights and they fly back to his rocks before the other fish knew what hit them.
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Old 06-14-2008, 09:48 PM   #12
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Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Mystery Wrasse - Reef Safe Wrasses
I really like this guy 89.99 is kind of a risky adventure but very cool fish.


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Old 06-14-2008, 10:22 PM   #13
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Live aquaria has a lot of cool wrasse but they are really pricy
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I have to second the royal gramma. Mine are fun and beautiful and I think they could hold there own. I would not get the blue green chromis. I have two and they are the fish with the least personality (if you do they should have two or more). I recently bough two yellow clown gobies. They stay tiny, 1 1/2 inches. They are cute but very peaceful. I love my pajama cardinals they are small and more personality. They chase the flashlight when I shine it in. They love to be in the spot light. Mine are not nocturnal. I also wish I would not have gotten a sand shifting goby. He makes a mess and covers everything low in the tank with a layer of silt. Just my opinion. Happy fish shopping!
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Old 06-15-2008, 03:03 PM   #15
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i cant believe someone found a mystery wrasse for that cheap where i am at the go for 130 to 160
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Just wanted to add another word for cardinalfish. Very cool fish IMO. I have 2 PJ's (used to have 3, one went into the skimmer pump!) and though they are not as active as some other fish, they are interesting to watch and the move funny. The PJ cardinals have some cool coloring on them and a school of 3 or 4 would be pretty cool in your tank in my opinion.

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Old 06-21-2008, 12:57 PM   #17
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I do have an orange spotted goby I guess I should have mentioned that with a pistol shrimp and I did just buy a Cleaner shrimp I guess I was just thinking fish. Sixline wrasse and dartfish are worth considering I will take a look.
I picked up a sixline wrasse a couple of months ago. Pretty active fish and great colors. Hardy fella's too.
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Neon goby (very small). Clown goby.


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