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Hey there, everyone. I’m planning my dream 75 gallon reef tank that I will be setting up after I graduate college. I put together a stocking list, however I’m not sure whether or not it will be overstocked. Here’s my list:

Two Ocellaris Clownfish
Horned Blenny
Tomini Tang
Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasse
Yellow Clown Goby
Two Green Gudgeon Dartfish

As well as the following inverts:
Five Banded Trochus snails
Five Nassarius snails
Two Porcelain crabs
Scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp

I am unsure of which corals I’d like to house, though I am aware that yellow clown gobies tend to nip at sps.

Thoughts?
 
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Hey there, everyone. I’m planning my dream 75 gallon reef tank that I will be setting up after I graduate college. I put together a stocking list, however I’m not sure whether or not it will be overstocked. Here’s my list:

Two Ocellaris Clownfish
Horned Blenny
Tomini Tang
Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasse
Yellow Clown Goby
Two Green Gudgeon Dartfish

As well as the following inverts:
Five Banded Trochus snails
Five Nassarius snails
Two Porcelain crabs
Scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp

I am unsure of which corals I’d like to house, though I am aware that yellow clown gobies tend to nip at sps.

Thoughts?
If you are worried about "nipping", make sure you feed lots of live foods, and have a stable population of zooplankton in your tank.
 
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Hey there, everyone. I’m planning my dream 75 gallon reef tank that I will be setting up after I graduate college. I put together a stocking list, however I’m not sure whether or not it will be overstocked. Here’s my list:

Two Ocellaris Clownfish
Horned Blenny
Tomini Tang
Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasse
Yellow Clown Goby
Two Green Gudgeon Dartfish

As well as the following inverts:
Five Banded Trochus snails
Five Nassarius snails
Two Porcelain crabs
Scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp

I am unsure of which corals I’d like to house, though I am aware that yellow clown gobies tend to nip at sps.

Thoughts?
I am actually now looking in the direction of owning more captive-bred fish, so I think I will omit the horned blenny and replace it with a captive-bred harptail blenny, as well as either omitting the two gudgeon dartfish or replacing them with captive-bred Bangaii cardinalfish.
 

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Bangaii.....seems good the list, make sure it’s capped.
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Hey there, everyone. I’m planning my dream 75 gallon reef tank that I will be setting up after I graduate college. I put together a stocking list, however I’m not sure whether or not it will be overstocked. Here’s my list:

Two Ocellaris Clownfish
Horned Blenny
Tomini Tang
Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasse
Yellow Clown Goby
Two Green Gudgeon Dartfish

As well as the following inverts:
Five Banded Trochus snails
Five Nassarius snails
Two Porcelain crabs
Scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp

I am unsure of which corals I’d like to house, though I am aware that yellow clown gobies tend to nip at sps.

Thoughts?
Get them all
 

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Your list looks good to me. Just not all at once

Later on, I've found previously that a clam is great for nitrate reduction as are xenia if you keep them well isolated so they don't spread.

A couple of leathers and hammers would help at the start.

If you have a local source of live copepods, introducing them to the display before fish will help with bio diversity and help stabilise the tank.
 
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