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Old 01-27-2013, 02:48 PM   #1
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Active fish?

I'm trying to find a fish or two that will bring life to my 40 gallon and also get along with my two clowns. Any suggestions?
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flasher wrasse would add lots of life swimming in and out of the rocks

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Ok I'm planning on getting six line do they get along together
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chromis or cherub pygmy angel
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I second a wrasse. I went with a Melanarus wrasse when I was looking for a fish for my tank that was active and he definitely is. He's always out in the open and has been from the beginning.

I believe this wrasse is recommended for 50g and up but I'd say just about any wrasse would be a nice active addition to your tank.

Angels are lovely fish but if you have corals or plan to, angels would probably not be the best as they tend to nip.
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I think a Pygmy Angle (Cherub or Flameback) and some kind of flasher wrasse ( there are several, so its just a personal choice). Both should add some movement to the tank.
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