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Old 11-26-2009, 07:59 PM   #1
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Hello I am thinking of adding a few new friends.

I currently own 2 yellow tail blue damsels which stay on one side of the tank. 2 maroon clowns which also stay on the same side of the tank. 2 emerald crabs and 4 peppermint shrimp. I would like a fish that would actually live in the whole tank as opposed to the lower right corner. Remember I am a beginner so no fish that need perfect care.

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Old 11-27-2009, 12:12 PM   #2
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For a 75 gallon tank I would consider a yellow eyed Kole tang.

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any gobies,jawfish could work.
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wrasse would be good. They are easy to care for, not overly aggressive but usually don't let others bully them. Very active fish that will be all over the tank.
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i like melosu's idea
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What about a coral beauty and a puffer of some sort?
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Both would be good fish but both may bother coral if you plan on keeping any. Also puffers may eat your clean up crew depending on species and size. I would recommend one of the smaller puffers though. Some can get over a foot. Puffers are very personable fish though.
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