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Old 07-30-2011, 10:45 PM   #1
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Ocellaris Clownfish Tank Mates

I have recently jumped into the wonderful world of Saltwater Fish tanks and as my tank is becoming more and more complete, beginning my preparation to add fish. I know for sure that i want a pair of Ocellaris Clownfish and i'm curious as to what make good tank mates for them. Any suggestions are much appreciated. OH! and my Tank is a 55 gallon! Thanks!
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How big of a tank do you have
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its a 55 gallon
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Ha well it really just depends what you like. You could do a dwarf angel in the different pseudos you can do. Blennies. Or gobies. Chromis. Firefish. Pipe fish
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Are you going to gave corals?
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Yea if you go reef tank then you will be more limited in choice.. you can always go reef later just choice now for later.
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I have recently jumped into the wonderful world of Saltwater Fish tanks and as my tank is becoming more and more complete, beginning my preparation to add fish. I know for sure that i want a pair of Ocellaris Clownfish and i'm curious as to what make good tank mates for them. Any suggestions are much appreciated. OH! and my Tank is a 55 gallon! Thanks!
I have a starry blenny with mine. Great tank mates..
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I plan to add coral later and I have a bangai cardinal, red firefish, and royal gramma with mine. They all get along great in my 40 breeder.
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