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Old 12-01-2014, 03:24 AM   #11
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The only thing about the tang is if it will try to eat my corals. Anything else I could get? Also, what kind of goby are you getting?


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I was going to say a type of Cardinal but they also can be nippy. Blennies are a little on the smaller end but go well with Gobies and Clowns!
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If you're planning on sps I'd skip any nem. If it goes walking there goes a bunch of money lol. Just my $.02 though.


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If you're planning on sps I'd skip any nem. If it goes walking there goes a bunch of money lol. Just my $.02 though.


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Oh so anemones and SPS's are a no? I would probably go with just SPS's then.


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Oh so anemones and SPS's are a no? ****. I would probably go with just SPS's then.


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Just my opinion but no. Others will probably tell you it's fine but I'd cry if I lost anything in my tank to a stupid nem. Acros are so much cooler anyway! lol IMO anyway


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I was thinking 29g.Would that be a good size along with 2 clowns and some clean-up crew? I know gobies are one of the smallest SW Reef speices that are not in the wild.
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I was thinking 29g.Would that be a good size along with 2 clowns and some clean-up crew? I know gobies are one of the smallest SW Reef speices that are not in the wild.

29 would be perfect. Just give the goby some hiding places.


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Just my opinion but no. Others will probably tell you it's fine but I'd cry if I lost anything in my tank to a stupid nem. Acros are so much cooler anyway! lol IMO anyway


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Yeah I agree. I would want to lose my corals at all. Thanks for the warning.


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