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Old 01-19-2005, 09:09 PM   #1
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65 Gallon Fish Suggestions.

I have a 65 gallon right now with a yellow tang, blue demsil, tomato clown, and a clarkii clown. Well I am planning on getting rid of my yellow tang within the next 6 months or earlier because it is already starting to get to big and I don't want want it to get to big for the tank and when I get rid of it how many other fish will I be able to get in the tank with the fish that are left. Also give me some suggestions thank you.
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Old 01-19-2005, 10:29 PM   #2
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You have lots of options. three or four small reef chromis, a ROYAL GRAMMA (one of my favorites), many types of gobies like a yellow watchman. Stay away from any of the dwarf angels with those super colored zoos. Just not worth the risk.
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Ok...how many small fish do you think that I can keep in my tank?
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Rule of thumb is 2.5 " of adult size fish per 10 gallons.
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Check out the midas blenny. Beautiful gold (sort of yellow) color. Figured you need another yellow fish since the tang is going.

Hopefully, the damsels will allow new fish to settle in.
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lol you should get rid of the damsels when you get rid of the tang
then that opens up so much more!
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