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Old 05-06-2011, 11:57 AM   #1
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Fish stock in a 90 gallon

Hi guys, I have four cromies, 2 clowns, a yellow tang and a blue damsel( and a shrimp) what else can I put in here. I don't want to overstock but I'm running out of ideas!!! Anyone?
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Old 05-06-2011, 12:00 PM   #2
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How about some gobies or blennies? they are awesome fish!
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Are they?? How many should I put in?
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I have a lawnmower blenny that has great personality, he;s great for algae eating and is always follwoing me around watching. lol You could also go with a watchman goby/shrimp combo too.

Check out liveaquaria.com they have the best information with requirements and the such.

I have one blenny and one goby in my 55g. Just stay away from mandarins and scooter blennies, they don't eat prepared foods really. I learned the hard way. lol
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Thanks.... I've been following your threads for a couple months now and I love your advice....it hits home everytime!!! btw, where do you live? I'm in Calgary and new to the game....thanks again!!!
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I'm in Florida.

I'm glad I can be of some help. I do try.

Let us know what you decide. Theres so many possibilities.
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What do you think about a sandsifting gobie?
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How mature is your tank?
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I started my cycle six weeks ago but j have really good rock with coraline and critters.... Some brown algae, diatom....so there's good food in there but j don't know....my sand could use a good cleaning!
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I wanted a snad sifter when I first started but was told that they get all their food from the sandbed and since I had only been up a few weeks i passed on it. The diatoms will go away slowly not to worry. I good lawnmower blenny will eat up any algae, mine finished in my tank and now eats algae sheets and anything I throw in. I'm actually worried he's too fat lol

I also won't call the tang police on ya, you may get some input that the tang requires 6 feet of swimming room.

and hey, where are our pictures? We LOVE pictures
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