Kenyan an native fish for nano tank

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    Hi guys I have recently started my nano aquarium and have decided on a kenyan and South African theme I'm looking for fish that would be suitable for my tank and preferably fish from our waters and the waters of kenya,my tank is 86L hex nano with kenyan live rock.What fish do you guys think will be suitable for this tank from kenyan or South african waters.Thanks guys hope to hear from you soon:thumbup:
     
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    Help please:blush:
     
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    Difficult due to tank size some damsels,butterfly fish.....
     
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    Names would help:thumbup:
     
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    Thanks for the link:)
     
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    Doesn't provide names though of fish
     
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    ok two questions here, are you looking at a fish only setup or do you want corals? are you planning on catching the livestock yourself or are you going to be buying it?
     
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    Might be keeping corals still deciding,Want to buy the fish
     
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    ok well i will put a list together for you for a fish only so there are more options, will put it up just now :)
     
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    Thanks Soooooo much:thumbup:
     
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    flasher wrasse will be awesome n are easy to care for
     
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    There are many types of flasher wrasse could you be more specific;)Also not all of them come from kenya or SA:)
     
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    @Wesd please I need that list urgently:blush:
     
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    Can someone else please help:)
     
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    @Mrclownynennie sorry had a powerfailure last night after i said i would post a list so no power=no wifi, will try get that list up for you tonight :sorry: , if you dont mind me asking why the sudden rush?
     
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    It's fine I understand this list is very important cause I need to know there care requirements,if they are compatible,are they available and there cost;)
     
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    Hello anybody help please:thumbup:
     
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    ok so here is a list to start with, some of the stuff might not be suitable for your size tank and you might not be able to find a lot of them, but atleast its something to start with :)

    speckled shrimpfish (aeoliscus punctulatus)
    one stripe anthias (pseudoanthias fasciatus)
    neon dottyback (pseudochromis aldabraensis)
    lyretail anthias (pseudoanthias squamipinnis)
    golden capped cardinal (archamia bleekeri)
    redbarred cardinal (archamia fucata)
    broadstriped cardinal (apogon angustatus)
    five lined cardinal (cheilodipterus quinquelineatus)
    blacktailed chromis (chromis nigrura)
    yellow chromis (chromis analis)
    lined wrasse (anampses lineatus)
    twospot hogfish (bodianus bimaculatus)
    exquisite wrasse (cirrhilabrus exquisitus)
    striated wrasse (pseudocheilinus evanidus)
    sixstripe wrasse (pseudocheilinus hexataenia)
    divided wrasse (macropharyngodon bipartitus)
    bluespotted wrasse (macropharyngodon cyanoguttatus)
    cutribbon wrasse (stethojulis interrupta)
    rosy sandsmelt (paraperis schauinslandi)
    midas blenny (ecsenius midas)
    blacksaddle mimic (paraluteres prionurus)
    exquisite toby (canthigaster bennetti)
    valentini toby (canthigaster valentini)
    false eyed toby (canthigaster solandri)
    blue-green chromis (chromis caerulea)
    clarkii clown (amphiprion clarkii)
    tomato clown (amphiprion frenatus)
    percula clown (amphiprion percula)
    flower cardinal (apogon fleurieu)
    twobar clown (amphiprion allardi)
    nose stripe clown (amphiprion akallopisos)
    blue pete (pomacentrus caeruleus)
    fire goby (nemateleotris magnifica)
    spotted toby (canthigaster amboinensis)
     
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