First 75 gallon saltwater tank stocking

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Blue-green chromis
Dispar anthias
Yellow striped dispar anthias
Cardinals
Blue Sapphire Damselfish
Royal Gramma
Ocellaris Clownfish

This is the list of fish I would like in my 75 gallon saltwater tank. My question is what can I feed that all the fish can eat, also are these even compatible together, and how many of each can I have?
 
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I know absolutely nothing about anthias so I won’t be able to comment on those, but everything else looks good. I personally would recommend to add a couple of bottom dwellers like gobies or blennies. You could feed frozen brine/mysis and a high quality flake and that should give them all they need.
 

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Blue-green chromis
Dispar anthias
Yellow striped dispar anthias
Cardinals
Blue Sapphire Damselfish
Royal Gramma
Ocellaris Clownfish

This is the list of fish I would like in my 75 gallon saltwater tank. My question is what can I feed that all the fish can eat, also are these even compatible together, and how many of each can I have?
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All fish listed are compatible. I would suggest to start introducing fish in pairs after you first cycle your tank. Pair of clowns/ pair of cardinals/ one royal Gramma/one damsel/one chromis/ one anthias. As far as food. Mysis and brine shrimp for frozen and new life spectrum grow for pellet food.
 
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Hey,
All fish listed are compatible. I would suggest to start introducing fish in pairs after you first cycle your tank. Pair of clowns/ pair of cardinals/ one royal Gramma/one damsel/one chromis/ one anthias. As far as food. Mysis and brine shrimp for frozen and new life spectrum grow for pellet food.
So a pair of every fish I listed or just a pair of crowns and a pair of cardinals?
 
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