What Fish ?

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  1. Warr7207

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    I want to add probably two fish to my tank. I currently have a midasblenny, maroon clown and common clown.

    What will be compatible and not grow big. Tank size is 800mm cube.
     
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  3. moz

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    Dwarf angel
     
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    Yes I like a coral beauty or flame angel
     
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    these angels all reefsafe ?
     
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    thoughts on these units:

    Six Line Wrasse



    Bicolor Blenny



    Two Spot Goby



    Watchman Goby



    Firefish



    Yellow Stripe Clingfish



    Radiant Wrasse


     
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    And lastly

    Flame Hawkfish
     
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    With all dwarf angels its depends on the personality of the individual fish, some have been know to nibble on polyps while other are perfectly well behaved.
     
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    Got the coral beauty, wow, nice looking fish, acclimatising, will send pic later
     
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    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Nice, hurry up with the pics, even if it's still in the bag :p
     
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    I love mine. You are going to spend more time in front your tank now.
     
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    ive got a bicolor angel, and this dwarf angel took a couple of test nips until he found he gets food and doesnt haveto find it like in the ocean and now he is cool, id love to add a coral beauty but im not sure if things will work out.
     
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    Wow, such a nice fish, with a great temperament.
     
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    nice one wossa, coral beauties are so cool:thumbup:
     
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    and so curious, in every crack and cave
     
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    Nice fish, always loved dwarf Angels, just don't have the bells to try one in my tank.

    Good luck with him.
     
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    Hi Warr - AWESOME fish man! Congrats - I would have said yes to all the fish in your list - EXCEPT for the wrasses. Yes - I know a lot of people are very happy with their wrasses - BUT I had a bad experience where the wrasse I had (queen coris wrasse) killed off most of my hermit crabs, my snails as well as my star-fish. Since I have read up just there after that invertebrates are their natural food - I have decided never to keep wrasses in my reef tank/s ever again - I will always keep them in a fish only tank - where I do not have any invertebrate life.....
     
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    Coral Beauties or flame angels are as safe as angels get, grow a pair and get one;)
     
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    You tell him.

    And thought Dragons had BIG, FIRE Hot ones
     
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