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Old 11-29-2009, 05:53 PM   #11
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Old 11-29-2009, 07:11 PM   #12
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Actually my dad just told me that he was planning on a 65 gallon because of cost .So I'm probably gonna have to scratch the yellow tang off the list .Anyhow replacements are welcome
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So then I was thinking it could be like this for a 65 gallon:

x2 ocellaris clowns
x1 royal gramma
x1 sixline wrasse
x1 flame angel
and some kind of blenny or goby
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If you go with a blenny, the bi-color blenny is good from what I have heard. Why not add some fish that like to stay in groups, or school such as cardinals and chromis?
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:03 AM   #15
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Good idea thominil!I'll try and search cardinals and chromis.Chromis from what read get about is that they get average size 4-6".

For the blenny, could I go with something like a lawnmower blenny or a sailfin blenny?Or something along those lines.
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Careful with the Lawnmower. Some only eat hair algae and starve when there is no more. Ceck out the midas blenny too.
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Old 12-01-2009, 04:25 PM   #17
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Thanks guys!Could I put in 2 blennies like a sailfin blenny and the midas blenny in say either a 75 or 65 gallon?Could I then go with about 3 green chromis?and then my list could be something like this:

x2 ocellaris clowns
x1 royal gramma
x3 green chromis
x1 flame angel
x1 midas blenny
x1 sailfin blenny
Or something like that....
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good pick ill put the chromis first they are not agressive and clowns might pick on them if u put them after them and i like ur fish list
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So then it should look like this:

x3 green chromis
x2 ocellaris clowns
x1 royal gramma
x1 midas blenny
x1 flame angel
x1 yellow tang
Could this be good for a 75 gallon?I think you're all noticing that I'm going from 65G-75G,right?I'm doing this because we're still thinking on either a 75G or a 65G.
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yes ill say so and that would be my fish limit, and ill get them small as possible if u can
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