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Old 09-13-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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reef safe fish for a 37 gallon

Hey guys i was looking for some reef safe fish for my 37 gallon reef tank besides cardnals,angels, and clowns.
My stock is:
1 valentini puffer
1 lemon peel (who nips at the corals to much and will be out of the tank in a few days)
1 diamond watchman goby
1 green emerald crab
1 decorator crab
1 peppermint shrimp

Corals:
3 brain corals
1 green australian duncan
Thanks in advance!
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:48 PM   #2
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You could try chromis. Green or blue. Some different wrasses. Mystery or flasher. I like Christmas wrasses the best.
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You could try chromis. Green or blue. Some different wrasses. Mystery or flasher. I like Christmas wrasses the best.
I dont like chromis
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You could try chromis. Green or blue. Some different wrasses. Mystery or flasher. I like Christmas wrasses the best.
Yeah if i remember correctly i said i didnt want wrasses and the christmas needs a 50g and is not reef compatible
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Anything like butterflys,tangs, or stuff like that i could get?
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Tangs are a no they need LARGE long tanks. Butterfly might but I'm not sure. Most are not reef safe.
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Tangs are a no they need LARGE long tanks. Butterfly might but I'm not sure. Most are not reef safe.
Ok thats what i thought i just was wondering if there are any dwarf tangs or somthin like that
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How about royal grammas? How many could i get?
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How is your puffer? Mine eats some corals and not others, eats all inverts tho. I like firefish and heaps of awesome gobies with plenty of character...
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How is your puffer? Mine eats some corals and not others, eats all inverts tho. I like firefish and heaps of awesome gobies with plenty of character...
He is great always active and never chewing or niping the corals, his diet consists of seaweed,brine shrimp, krill, and emerald delite He is one lucky fish! He never messes with the shrimp but i havent seen the crabs for 3-4 days he might have gotten them already.
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