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Old 01-02-2014, 12:31 PM   #1
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Fish help

Ok I want more fish but I'm scare what should I get I have two cloud fish, chalk goby, cleaner shrimp, a small damsel iknow yes a damsel is small and the clouds fish pus it away it dosent bother other fish actually Click image for larger version

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Old 01-02-2014, 03:51 PM   #2
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It really depends, we need more information if we are going to be able to help you. How big is this tank? Also, what are your nitrate and phosphate levels currently at?
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Yeah, we're gonna need to know your tank size, filtration/sump, nutrient levels. All can be factors regarding bio load and stock.
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Can't tell tank size with that picture and that is a big factor.

Is that a Bicolor Chromis or some kind of other Damsel? Hard to tell from that pic, but it looks like it might be a Chromis, which tend to not be as aggressive.
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My tank is a 50 gal and nitrates are 0 phosphato less than 0.25 canister filter no sump
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I do agree that the damsel does look like a black and white chromis.

Also, you should be ok with a few more fish for a 50g, just stock slowly. Do you have any ideas in mind?
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I do agree that the damsel does look like a black and white chromis.

Also, you should be ok with a few more fish for a 50g, just stock slowly. Do you have any ideas in mind?

I don't know I like tangs angels cardinal I just don't know hope fully I don't get disappointed
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How do i post my own questions as my own thread?

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I don't know I like tangs angels cardinal I just don't know hope fully I don't get disappointed
No tang or angel will fit in that tank IMO. Cardinals are fine though. I like banggais
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No tang or angel will fit in that tank IMO. Cardinals are fine though. I like banggais

IMO he can get away with 1 dwarf angel. +1 on the bangais though.

I wouldn't put even a smaller tang in anything smaller than a 75.
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