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Can anyone suggest fish for an 80L nano?

Would appreciate the help as my knowledge of fish go as far as clowns.

O, and if you say Pyjama Cardinal I will shoot you!
 

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Mekaeel, yeah thinking of Firegoby, but not sure anout the compatibility with the Yellow Clown Goby already in the tank.
 
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The gobys should be fine together. But just put two of the fires in.

What about a jumping bean as well? They always cute.
 

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Dober, what is a jumping bean because if I search for it it comes up with Mexican Jumping bean. I don't know how to do context specific searches in google.
 

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Can anyone post me an alternative name because google is driving me insane with it's Mexican Jumping Bean.
 

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Got it,

Jumping Bean also known as the African Pygmy Angel, African Orange back Angel or the Flameback Angel.
 
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Sorry Gali, took the fiance out to go buy couches, goodbye 20k.....

They can be territorial with other angels, but are normally kind souls with other fish.
 

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Cool, yeah they seem like a nice option. My LFS is getting in a big selection this week, will see if I can spot on.
 

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Bangaii Cardinal, nice placid fish, doesn't swim around too much so space is not really an issue.
 
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“Jumping Bean also known as the African Pygmy Angel, African Orange back Angel or the Flameback Angel.”

Perfect example, 4 different common names for the same fish, total mind boggling, world ending, chaos and confusion.:002:
Now if everyone just knew it as Centropyge acanthops life would be calm bliss…don’t you think?
 
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jumping bean and six line wrasse they live nicely together...
 

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