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Hello everyone. So I was wondering if this stock list i have planned is ok or not. After reading other people's lists I'm 95% sure this is fine. I just had kind of an unexpected restart on the fish in my tank. After waiting out 2 months with only a single firefish I'm adding more again. A few weeks ago I added a pair of clowns and a royal gramma. Today I added a diamond goby and a canary blenny. Im planning on ovet the next couple months for this to be my final stock in the tank. Thoughts?

-2 ocellaris clownfish
-canary blenny
-diamond goby
-purple fire fish
-royal gramma
-one spot foxface
-marine betta
-maybe a peaceful fairy wrasse or a flasher wrasse
 
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That sounds like a good list. Just be careful with the Betta as they grow huge and might bother the fire fish if not eat him. It would be an 8” predator fish vs a 2” one.
Yeah I've tried to read up on them and people have mixed feelings with them towards smaller fish. Im gonna probably think about that one for a while or find a substitute of some sort.
 
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i believe the fox face will eventually outgrow the tank. the beta might as well. everything else is fine
Yeah I wasn't sure myself. I wanted one or 2 bigger centerpiece fish for my tank and then I'm gonna call it with the stocking. Im stuck between a tomini maybe again or the foxface but I heard tangs are ich magnets so I thought maybe the foxface would work
 

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A bristletooth tang would be a good alternative to the foxface - they will stay smaller, longer and still do good algae work in the tank. Tominis are nice, as are Whitetails. Not sure the foxface is any less of a ich magnet than a bristletooth would be - QT them whichever you get...
 
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A bristletooth tang would be a good alternative to the foxface - they will stay smaller, longer and still do good algae work in the tank. Tominis are nice, as are Whitetails. Not sure the foxface is any less of a ich magnet than a bristletooth would be - QT them whichever you get...
Foxface is one of my personal favs.. such a good personality imo. A kole tang would be nice tho since space is a concern...
 
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Foxface is one of my personal favs.. such a good personality imo. A kole tang would be nice tho since space is a concern...
I'll probably end up with one of the bristletooth tangs. And then a bunch of wrasse I think or another unique type of smaller fish.
 
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Ive got a 75 and just added a hi hat drum. I couldn’t recommend it enough. I really thought about a beta or small puffer for my 75 and went for the drum instead. 20 dollar fish, awesome personality, really striking in my opinion, and would likely be more active than the betta. Also perhaps less likely to eat your smaller fish from what i have read. As you may be able to tell, i am on the warpath to make this a more popular fish! Either way, your list looks great!
 
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