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Old 05-20-2012, 08:35 AM   #1
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What fish would be great for my tank?

I have a 30g with a Clown, Filefish, passive damsel, and somewhat territorial damsel.
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:01 AM   #2
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By clown do you mean loach or pleco?
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:02 AM   #3
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By clown do you mean loach or pleco?
It's a saltwater fish tank
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What fish would be great for my tank?

I have a 30g with a Clown, Filefish, passive damsel, and somewhat territorial damsel. No invertabre
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Many gobys, and some blennys would work. Go to live aquaria and look at the nano fish section
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Many gobys, and some blennys would work. Go to live aquaria and look at the nano fish section
Got mandarin gony
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Got mandarin gony
Hopefully that works out for you!
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any way I would consider a wrasse or maybe a basslet , goby or even a goat fish , think they could deal with the damsels and keep them in there place
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I think a goby may get picked on by the damsels and I think a goat fish would be happier in a 50 gallon plus tank and they need a lot of sand. A wrasse should be ok with that lineup I think.
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Depending on your sand bed you might be able to get a Jawfish. They have a great personality and they make a hole in the sand that they stick their head out of. You need a 4 inch sand bed for them though.
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