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Old 04-17-2012, 12:49 AM   #1
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What fish?

What's the best fish to add w two clowns? I had a coral beauty for almost a month and I guess my clowns started to nip her (not for sure was th bc didn't see them) all that's in the tank other than them is 2 emeral crabs... Any suggestions?
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What size tank?
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Old 04-17-2012, 12:51 AM   #3
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55 gallon
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How about some
dottybacks
6 line wrasse
Gobys
Dwarf angels
Cardinal

Their are a lot of fish just depends on what you want
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Something not too expensive I can get 2 of at least
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Old 04-17-2012, 12:15 PM   #6
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Chromis would be my vote. The regular blue green ones are like $5 and you can get like 3-5 for your tank.
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Awesome thanks
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Chromis are cool, and I love the schooling effect, but they aren't always as hardy as you'd expect. I have a small school of Pajama cardinals, a six line wrasse, a fox face, royal gramma, and the clowns never bother any of them.
But then, yours seem to have already taken an aggressive stance. Maybe isolate them, rearrange the rockwork, and then put them back while adding the new fish so everyone is on equal footing?
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That sounds like a good idea thanks
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We just added a watchman diamond goby to our display tank. They are amazing! He does great with our clowns and bi color blenny. He does a great job cleaning the sand. But they do make a mess of your sand. So if you don't want your sand moved around I don't recommend one. I personally love the little mountains he leaves. Plus he does a much better job cleaning than the regular clean up crew we had. (snails and crabs)
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