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Old 01-02-2014, 12:30 AM   #1
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Close to being able to put fish in our 90 gallon tank. I was thinking of putting in a damsel at first then maybe a clown after that. What are some other good fish to have?
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Old 01-02-2014, 04:11 PM   #2
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Damsels can become aggressive, so be aware that many people regret the decision to add them and end up trying to get them out later. Chromis are similar, but tend to not be as aggressive.

For others, that is really a personal choice. Places like liveaquaria show lots of fish and give good suggested tank sizes. A 90g has some limitations, but still allows a lot of great fish.
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Old 01-02-2014, 04:38 PM   #3
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The only good fish to add are ones that are appropriate for the tank size and ones that YOU like. Take a look at liveaquaria.com and see what you like.
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If it is a reef, some good gobies would be cool. maybe an anthias. Or you could add no coral or Cuc and lionfish or some angels. but lionfish nuke tanks when they die. There are mnay choices. As said before, twice, go look at live aquaria. Choose your 90 gallon minimum when you search and decide off of that.
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Okay thanks
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Yea I had a two stripe damsel from when it was tiny. He got huge and I ended up having to sell him to a pet store because he attacked any new fish literally to death. So damsels should be the last fish added

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Haha thanks for the heads up

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Thinking of one chromis at first if it survives then get two more a shrimp and starfish then later get a coral beauty

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if this Is a Reef Then No Starfish. Well OnlyBlue Or Red. Any Otherswill eat your coral
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No just fowlr tank

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