Last fish to go into my nano? Need your votes people ;)

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by Matt, 5 Mar 2008.

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What last fish should I get for my nano?

  1. Sixline Wrasse

    33.3%
  2. Banghai Cardinal

    16.7%
  3. Yellow goby

    41.7%
  4. Something else? If so, pls post your suggestion

    8.3%
  1. Matt

    Matt MASA Contributor

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    24G JBJ Nano Cube

    Current stocking list:

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    2 ocellaris Clownfish
    1 Midas Blenny

    CUC
    1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp
    3 red-legged dwarf Hermits
    1 large turbo Snail
    3 Astrea Snails
    1 Serpent star & 1 baby Bristle star

    I would like to add one more fish (so a total of 4 fish), what should I put in?
     
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  3. Warr7207

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  4. Matt

    Matt Thread Starter MASA Contributor

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    Chromis quite cool - would like a bit of colour though ;)
     
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  6. moz

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    I believe Warren has got a damsel he is trying to get rid of:whistling:
     
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    Matt Thread Starter MASA Contributor

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    Haha, I saw Warrens devil I mean damsel a few days ago. Lets just say my swimming pool isn't big enough to contain its aggression :lol:
     
  8. Warr7207

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    And you said he is sweet :whistling:
     
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  10. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Bangaii Cardinal, they not big swimmers and are stunning looking fish.
     
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    Mike Retired Moderator

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    Panther grouper:)

    Failing that, why not get another clown, they look better in pairs
     
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    Galibore Retired Moderator

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    I voted Yellow Goby, but I suspect your midasblenny won't welcome him.
     
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    Bengaii cardinal.
     
  14. Ocean

    Ocean Lazy Sea Slug

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    you cant put two gobies/blennys together in a tank
    my vote is sixline wrasse if you dont have any shrimps
     
  15. Warr7207

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    What the deal with shrimps ?
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    Wrasses' natural food in nature are shrimps, small crabs, starfish, and other invertebrates.... therefor - no wrasses when you have shrimp or starfish ;-)
     
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    Dam, I have been eyeing a Six-line for a couple of weeks, but no go I have 4 shrimps and 2 stars
     
  18. Matt

    Matt Thread Starter MASA Contributor

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    Warr: I think it depends on the wrasse? a 6-line would eat copepods etc off of your LR, i'm sure shrimps would be safe.

    I've seen many 6-lines kept with cleaner shrimps in tanks over at nano-reef.com no problem
     
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    Mekaeel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    i would go for a sixline.they are pretty reesafe from my experience with them.never touched any shrimps
     
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