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Old 06-30-2004, 07:49 AM   #1
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Well, I'm still at least a couple of weeks away from adding fish to my 75gal, but here is the list of what I might like to keep. Please let me know if these are compatible and if I have the order for introduction into the tank correct. Or course there will be at least a few weeks between each addition.

1. One Percula Clown (two if I can find a mated pair)
2. One Flame Dwarf Angelfish
3. One Yellow Watchman Goby
4. Three or Four Blue/Green Reef Chromis
5. One Regal (blue) and one Yellow Tang (maybe?)

Also, I will be adding some softies. At what point might I begin introduction?
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1. One Percula Clown (two if I can find a mated pair)
2. One Flame Dwarf Angelfish
3. One Yellow Watchman Goby
4. Three or Four Blue/Green Reef Chromis
5. One Regal (blue) and one Yellow Tang (maybe?)

Also, I will be adding some softies. At what point might I begin introduction?
Be aware the flame 'may' decide the softies are good to eat.

Once the tank has gone thru its cycle via the fishless method or by curing live rock I would add them in the following order.

4. Three or Four Blue/Green Reef Chromis
1. One Percula Clown (two if I can find a mated pair)
2. One Flame Dwarf Angelfish
3. One Yellow Watchman Goby
5. One Regal (blue) OR one Yellow Tang (maybe?)

Add the corals after you have had a few fish in the tank and you have confirmed the water stability from your water tests. Dont add more fish till any ammonia/nitrite increases from the previous introduction drop back to zero.
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Old 06-30-2004, 09:26 PM   #3
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Thanks. I may reconsider the Flame Dwarf Angel. What do you think would do well with this mix of fish that would add some character and/or color?
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