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Old 05-10-2011, 06:11 PM   #1241
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I got one but I paid anyway. it's the least i could.

I have a new stocking list for the cube:

1- Citron Goby
1- Candycane Goby
1- Scooter Dragonet
1- Female Misbar oscellaris

I decided to sell off the other 29g sw setup so i had to find a home for the clown. I woulda returned her but she's kinda cool, just doesn't get along with other clown fish.

I was thinking on adding one more fish to the mix. Not sure what though. It would have to be small. I'd like a swimming fish though. the only fish that swims around is the clown LOL
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Old 05-10-2011, 06:20 PM   #1242
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Haha, how does your thread just keep going?! I've updated mine, but nobody posts anymore. I think they're waiting until I can actually have something exciting on.
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Old 05-10-2011, 06:25 PM   #1243
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True. It gets rolling alot more after you start the build and when stocking time comes. LOL

That's why I figured I'd post and see if anyone had any suggestions for the last fish. hehe
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Old 05-10-2011, 07:09 PM   #1244
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Darn. Wish my mom would pay... Let me look at liveaquaria to see if I can find any fish that might work that you looked over.
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Old 05-10-2011, 07:20 PM   #1245
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Ooh, have you looked at firefish? Would they fit in with your tank? I was going to get some, but chose other fish over them.
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Old 05-10-2011, 09:00 PM   #1246
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Ooh, have you looked at firefish? Would they fit in with your tank? I was going to get some, but chose other fish over them.
I was thinking firefish too!
They are small and very cute. I used to have a pair and they were always together. Didn't swim much though, they just sorta hovered in their part of the tank.
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I was thinking firefish too!
They are small and very cute. I used to have a pair and they were always together. Didn't swim much though, they just sorta hovered in their part of the tank.
They look really cool. The fish store I went to look at had some. Along with a scooter blenny that my mom instantly fell in love with. And a mandarin. But I explained to her why the mandarin, even an ORA one, wasn't suitable for my tank. When I get it that is.
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Yeah, I just came home from a fish store trip myself and am fully impressed. Both stores I went to had firefish and scooters and a few mandarins. I haven't realized they were so big! But beautiful!!!
Also they had another gorgeous fish - a marine betta! Really nice fish, but grows big and could eat small fish.
And a lot of green clown gobies - nice little guys, now they are on my list too lol!

Now back on track. Carey, and how do you feel about dottybacks? Bicolor is cute. Liveaquaria says they're semi-aggressive and will defend their own, but I had an opposite experience with it. Mine was very peaceful and nearly got slaughtered by a chromis half its size! Never bothered anybody in the tank.

You could also take a look at some cardinals and basslets that stay small.
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I've really put you guys to work! lol

I'd love another basslet just not sure on their sizes. I also like the cardinals, the orange ones most.

I also would love a blenny but not sure if he would get along totally with my scooter or if there are small-ish ones. So far the mean female clown hasn't picked on anyone yet, if she does it's her last chance hehe

back to websites to search fish!
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A small blenny that I'm looking at for my cube is a tail spot blenny. It's very cute.
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