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Old 09-15-2011, 09:51 PM   #1
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Stocking help

After my fatality of my blue tang I've decided it will be the last addition now give me time to recover from loss as it was so majestic

I'm adding a pair of clowns

I currently have a decorator goby I think pic attached and a chromis

My tanks got corals

So I'm looking for some nice active fish that are comparable

Will the goby and say a Lawnmower blenny mix ?

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Old 09-15-2011, 10:06 PM   #2
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How big is the tank again?

I have a goby and a lawnmower in my tank and they have been fine.
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Around 100g

Working on a 150g at present which should be done by Xmas

All fish I'm looking to add will young or juvenile as I realize tank size is border line for tang
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Most any fish other than the exact goby you have already will fit in fine. There are cardinal fish, chromis are active, royal gramma. I;d say angels but in the pictures I see you have coral.

Have you thought of an anthias? Spectacular fish, check them out
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