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Old 03-24-2013, 09:34 PM   #1
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What fish can i add

I currently have a 37 gallon tank with a golden headed sleeper goby, a false percula, 2 peppermint shrimp, a chocolate chip star, and a snail and hermit crab crew. I was wondering what would be some good fish to add.

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1 more false percula
1 six line wrasse
1 pajama cardinal
Let me know if there is anything else I could do I will be upgrading to a 90 gallon or larger tank hopefully in the future.
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Old 03-24-2013, 09:38 PM   #2
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I'd steer away from the cardinal.... they are more of a schooling fish, so you'd need to get a few (unless that's what you want). I have a six-line with my ocellaris (false percula), beautiful fish and they get along fantastic, plus the six-line helps as part of the CUC as well...... I love watching him swim around picking at the rock.
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Yea do you know if there are any other fish and if i don't do the cardinal could a coral beauty work out
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Tank's too small for a coral beauty.......

Check out LiveAquaria. They give the requirements & compatabilities for many of the common fish out there:

Saltwater Fish: Marine Aquarium Fish for Saltwater Aquariums
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:16 PM   #5
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Yes I have read mixed reviews on other websites though an I am upgrading soon so I was wondering while he was small if it would be fine.
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Old 03-25-2013, 02:17 AM   #6
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mine gives my gobies hell in a 90 gallon so they are mischievous to say the least lol hope this helps good luck
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the dwarf angles have only been recently upgraded to 70 gallons from 30 on liveaquaria so you will find a lot of people have them in 30's so they can cope in them but end of the day liveaquaria aren't going to up the size for no reason. although pJ cadinals are schooling fish what about a Kaudern's Cardinal? but if you will be upgrading to a 90 soon maybe wait for that as youll have more options like tangs or fox faces or even a school of PJ cardinals
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Yea I think when I upgrade I will do a fox face but i do not want to do a tang for the reason they are so sensitive and a lot of money. They are wonderful looking fish though
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