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Old 09-01-2007, 08:33 PM   #1
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What are your suggestions for my new fish selections? I currently have 1 ocellaris clown and 1 anthias, not sure which type exactly, it is purple, with a yellow strip on its back. I forgot its full name. I have room for a few more, and I want peaceful, most bang for your buck colors.
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Tanks size? Reef or FOWLR?
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Can't go wrong with a royal gramma for color. Or a small school of green chromis, they'd look great with your anthias and clownfish. A firefish would work as well.
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I would recommend a dwarf angel, a hawkfish, a goby, or a jawfish (I really like my blue spot, very colorful and he is out a lot). Any of the fish listed in posts above mine would go really well too!
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I agree that the royal gramma or a small school of green chromis. I also like the sixline wrasse or purple firefish.
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A Pink spotted goby would be nice. I also agree with the green chromis.
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