Dependant on tank size and other future inverts (corals/shrimps etc.) that will be introduced.Q: What are the best fish to strat with?
Once again tank size is important, 20 Yellow Tangs are great in a 10000L tank, but nothing lessQ: What are the best ones to keep in a community tank?
This doesn't make sense to me. Water parameters change when introducing fish, regardless of where they come from ???Q: Looking at region specific, obatining them will lead to very little changes to your water parameters to ensure sucessfull tank?
Blue tailed damsels can cause havoc, but should be fine with the other fish you have chosen. I would suggest one 6-line, as your reef ain't going be big enough to keep them from fighting.Tank is a TL 450. Possible LS 2 Clown, 2 Six Line Wrasses, 2 Blue fish with a yellow tail (Not sure what they are called.) and 2 cleaner shrimp. Thats all, tank is not very big as there is not enought space for a bigger tank. Not sure if this is too much live stock and will these be fine together in one tank.
put the six line in last and you'll be fine.Thanks very much, then I will only put in 1 six line wrasses.
So the final LS list will be
2 Clown fish
1 Six Line Wrasses
2 (Blue fish with the yellow tails)
2 Cleaner Shrimp
But all will only be added to the tank once it has settled and ready for the LS.
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