QuarryShark is just to good!!!
some general tips:
1. Add another clown. They should be kept in pairs to ensure long life.
2. Don't forget those bottom feeders! Watchman Gobys and Sand sifting Gobys, and starfish make wonderful and interesting additions.
3. Avoid preditors. Eels, Lions, groupers, puffers, are awsome fish, but don't make good neighbors. Avoid these fish and you will have a happy community.
4. Tangs are great, just be sure you have the room. 75 gallons can get a bit crowded and may or may not be a good place for a tang.
5. Small angels like flame angels and Coral Beauty angels are awsome, but should be kept only 1 in a tank and should be added last because of their semi-arggressive behavior. also, they have been know to pick at corals so be careful. ( they still make a wonderful "star attraction" so don't be to hessitant.
6. Avoid Damsels at all costs. I was in a pet store and I watched as a group of damsels bassically killed some clowns by nipping off all of their fins.
Here is a list of smaller, realitivly peaceful fish that I would encourage you to look at:
Yellow Watchman Goby
Coral Beauty Angel
flame back angel
Check out these guys and their close cousins! You will find a large selection of great additions to your tank.
Hardware: 37 gallon SW
tank and stand by Oceanic Systems, Magnum 350 Pro Canister Filter (half carbon), CPR Bak Pak 2R skimmer, Maxijet 1200 Powerhead, RenaCal 150 W heater, Compact fluorescent lights with moonlights. 40 lbs of liverock, 3" sand bed.
Software:2 Tank-Raised Ocellaris Clowns, 1 Purple Firefish, 1 Electric Orange hermit crab, 18 Blue Legged hermit crabs, 8 or so Nassarius snails, Xenia, Blue, green, and Green Striped Mushrooms.
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