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Old 02-03-2012, 10:14 AM   #1
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Fish compatibilty

Hi can yous please tell me if these fish are compatible in a reef tank.
Ocellaris clownfish
Scooter dragonet
Sixline wrasse
Pink spot watchman goby
Bicolour blenny
Lemonpeel angel
Hawkfish

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Old 02-03-2012, 10:45 AM   #2
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The angel might nip at corals and the scooter should be added last after your tank has been up for awhile.
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I found this as a good reference by our newest sponsor :
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So do yous believe all these fish can coexist together in the same tank and get along.
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As far as each other goes i don't think there will be any issues. BUT like I said that angel isnt really reef safe and the scooter is a dragonet which means that it might only eat pods. Thats why i say wait on the scooter, in case he doesnt take to frozen food at least you will have an established system with pods for him to eat.
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well ,you haven't gave a tank size yet either,so hard to say for sure,but yes they should given the size is right..
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What tank size would you suggest.
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I would suggest a 55g. That should be enough for all that plus something else here or there. But you probably dont want to make a reef if youre going to have an angel fish.
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My aquarium store said that the lemon peel angel is 100% reef safe
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I would suggest a 55g. That should be enough for all that plus something else here or there. But you probably dont want to make a reef if youre going to have an angel fish.
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and almost nothing is 100% in this lovely hobby,,especially a reef safe lemonpeel
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