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Old 01-23-2014, 06:48 PM   #1
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Choosing my last and final fish!

so im loading up my biocube29 and im choosing my last and final fish! i'd like some suggestions i would like for it on the smaller end and i like vibrant colors. i have two clowns a firefish, and a royal gramma.
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How I see it is that it is pretty close to being a full tank. It would have to be a small fish to not start looking like overstocked. Nice to see you are identifying that. With that in mind, I would look into gobies. Maybe a court jester if you are looking for one that will swim around more or maybe a shrimp goby if you would like one for the sandbed.
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Court Jester or Orange Spot Prawn Goby. Maybe a Tanaka's Pygmy Wrasse?
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thanks for the replies guys ill look into them all! is there anything close to a yellow-tail damsel coloring? i love there coloring but im scared to add one because i know they can be butt holes. since he's the last fish and my others can hold there own do you think i can add one?
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Blue reed Chromis?
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don't do a chromis in a 29. not because of physical size, but rather because of its swimming habits and they tend to fair better in schools.
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