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Old 11-10-2012, 09:00 PM   #1
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Stocking a 29g new to saltwater

New to saltwater and been looking at some fish and i like these four but i want to know if these are a good compatible group?

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Old 11-10-2012, 11:03 PM   #2
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Fantastic nano fish selection, and good on you for doing your homework....

I've currently got an Ocellaris and a Six-line wrasse in my 28, and if I do add one more, it will probably be a purple firefish or an orchid dottyback.

LiveAquaria has a nano fish section as well. It's not all inclusive.... there are many others that be kept in a nano that they don't have listed, but it's another place to read up..... http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/a....cfm?c=15+2124
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Old 11-11-2012, 12:34 AM   #3
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Thank u thats what i was hoping to hear
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I've read that unless its a mated pair, a tank should only have 1 Firefish cuz when they mature, they will fight. Also, I love Catalina gobies, but wanna make sure you're aware they like water that is 60-70*F, and the other fish on that page like 73-78*F, so it'll be difficult to keep everyone happy and alive. Have fun with your tank! I have a 30g FOWLR and 55g reef. LOVE SW!!
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The catalina goby is a cooler water fish. It does best in water anywhere from 60-70. The other 3 are fine.
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The catalina goby is a cooler water fish. It does best in water anywhere from 60-70. The other 3 are fine.
+1 about the Catalina. You will need to run a chiller in most instances to keep this fish but you have already been told this in a similiar thread that you started.
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