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Old 08-15-2004, 11:40 PM   #1
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New Tank, Stocking Question

I'm in the planning process of my first aquarium fowlr. It will be a 90gallon with sump and fuge. When I checked the stock calculator it said I could have 18inches of fish minus the tail. I'd like to keep a pair of True Percs, a yellow watchman goby, and a school(3-7) b/g chromis. If they will all fit what would be the best order to add them to the tank as to not cause any territorial issues.

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With that big of a tank I wouldn't think you would have any territorial issues with those fish. I never see my yellow goby unless I sneak up on it at night. My clowns stay in their corner with their anemone and I never had any problems with aggressive b/g chromis. These are all good fish to have together IMO. Good luck.

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just a suggestion, but IME ocellaris clowns tend to be a little more outgoing than true percs. ive seen a pair of percs spend the majority of their time in and within a foot of their homebase. not that interesting in a 90G. since none of these fish are really agressive, i wouldnt worry too much about the order you add them in. perhaps start with the chrimis, as they are probably the most timid.

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