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Old 11-16-2009, 12:23 PM   #1
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Stocking suggestions

I currently have a 90g FOWLER containing:
2 clowns, a bristle toothed tang, fire shrimp, Emer. Crab, and some Nas. snails.

I'm leaning toward a flame angel, just curious if anyone has any other suggestions.
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He should be OK. I would also suggest a pink spotted goby.
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:18 PM   #3
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Very cool. Was it Gobys or Blennies that tend to jump out of tanks?
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I'd suggest either a smaller bi-color blenny or a midas blenny (a bit larger). Either blenny or goby will jumb if bothered. I've seen both on my floor over the years.

Add a goby too. Thought about a pistol shrimp and goby combo? Of course the worck has to be touching the bottom of the glass since the pistol will burrow.
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My tank is about 90% covered, open areas contain water returns.
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