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Old 02-12-2014, 02:27 AM   #1
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Mid-top level fish

Hey, have a 37gal tank with live rock/sand but having issues with mid to top level fish any ideas they have to be invert safe
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Old 02-12-2014, 03:00 AM   #3
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IMO there isn't such thing as certain level swimmers. All 4 fish I have use my whole tank. Midas blennies are cool and swim a lot
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I have a pair of Ochrestriped Cardinalfish that hang in the top and middle for most of the time. If I ever run across some Yellow Stripe Cardinalfish I'll pick up a pair of them too.
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I have a Midas and Green Canary Blenny they hang in front mostly at the middle and top. What's your stock list now?
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2 turbo snails red legged hermit, blue legged hermit, and citrus goby next weekend is my 2 mocha clowns
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A tank that size limits what will thrive in it. Blue Green Reef Chromis is a candidate or others in that family. This site is my go to when I'm looking to add a critter to my system. http://www.liveaquaria.com
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