Fish of single colour

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    Could you guys direct me to some pics of reefsafe fish that are of a single solid colour...like purple anthias or grammas,yellow tangs,that sort of thing. I want to set my FMWLR up with them.;)
     
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    Chromis.
     
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    Thanks Mekaeel.So far I have added two canary wrasses in my tank.Im hoping to find some more different solid colour fish to add soon. Chromis are cool green,yellow and purple right?
     
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    and you think I'm nuts...
     
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    They usually green or blue dude. Never heared of yellow or purple though.
     
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    Errrm Sims, did i miss something here? :p
     
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    I think mek is talking about the blue/green chromis
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    What about a banana wrasse, it's plain yellow only three tiny black dots on it's dorsal fin, blue damsel, yellow dwarf angelfish
     
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    How big is your tank? in the tangs you have the black tang (rare) or the yellow tang, or perhaps a lemon peel angel or a midnight angel (both centropyge so not too big) blue devil damsels (maybe a bit psycho though) yellow clown goby, or an orchid dottyback
     
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    Spot on Lowflyer!
     
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    maybe :razz:
     
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    Midas blenny is also cool.
     
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    yip sounds cool I got two banana wrasses on Sunday,they are beautiful.
     
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    Wow you mentioned quite a few there. Will have to do my homework.My tank is 1500x600x600 with a 4 foot DSB and soon to have another 1.5m sump installed
     
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    Im starting to think that chromis and anthias are the same thing....or have i got it wrong?
     
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    Nope, Chromis belong to the Damsel family. But they are however one of the peaceful species of Damsels.
     
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    nope i think im wrong.
     
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    Wow Wee-man. I definitely want that orchid dottyback that is just stunning.can you have more than one in a tank
     
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    ok the list is gowing quite well:
    Yellow Tang
    Black Tang
    Midnight Angel
    Yellow Goby
    Orchid Dottyback
    Blue Chromis
    Banana wrasse(got two)
    Damsels(too aggressive)
    Lemon peel angel
    Yellow Darf Angel

    so the colours so far are:
    Black
    Greeny blue
    Yellow
    Purple

    any red orange and very green?
     
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