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Old 11-22-2004, 11:33 AM   #1
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what's a Tang-like fish for a 54g corner?

I'm putting together my wishlist, but so far most of the fish are either bottom dwellers or fairly shy.

I'd like a "free swimming" fish, but it needs to be small and be OK in a 54g corner tank.

Any suggestions?
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dwarf angels would add some color and once acclimated can be pretty bold.
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second Macatua's suggestion. Take a look at Flame Angels and Coral Beauty's. These are nice hearty dwarf angels.
One question though, are you planning on having corals? These can tend to pick at them.
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If you are, a nice maroon clown or cinamon will stay out all the time!
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I would stay away from the tang family with a corner tank. But I think I see your just looking for an open water swimmer.

A small school of chromis would be nice.
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