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I’ll be starting over with stocking my 90 gallon reef tank in a couple months, I’m trying to put in fish that should get along and would be happy in a 90 gallon tank, if all goes well I’ll be upgrading to a 200 gallon next year.
This is my current fish list
Would it be ok to place these 3 fish in quarantine at the same time and for them to be the first fish added to my aquarium?
I was told not to put clowns in first, when would be a good time to add a pair of clowns ?
This is my fish list :
Royal gramma

Pair of clowns

Watchman goby
Tailspot / Midas blenny

Pair of Anthias

Foxface

Coral beauty

Yellow Coris

Melanurus wrasse

McCosters flasher wrasse

Christmas wrasse

Mandarin goby
 
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Don't add the clowns first, add them last
If you start with baby clowns it doesn't really matter. And On that list adult clowns unless they are one of the bigger breeds would probably only maybe bother the goby's.
 
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Afaik anthias are better in odd numbers.
That's alot of wrasses, just be aware the bigger ones will eat your snails. I'm not sure on how aggressive otherwise those are.
I would stock starting with any captive bred fish you are buying since they will normally be the smallest.
Coral Beauty will help with algae but I would definitely also get a tang. A yellow tang, or Tomni or bristle tooth or other small one would be fine indefinitely in a 90g. If your actually upgrading in a year to a 200g almost any tang you want you can buy now small and will be fine for quite a while
 
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Check out the Starcki Damsel. It's not like most damsels, this guy gets along with everyone in my tank and is reef safe.

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I’ll be starting over with stocking my 90 gallon reef tank in a couple months, I’m trying to put in fish that should get along and would be happy in a 90 gallon tank, if all goes well I’ll be upgrading to a 200 gallon next year.
This is my current fish list
Would it be ok to place these 3 fish in quarantine at the same time and for them to be the first fish added to my aquarium?
I was told not to put clowns in first, when would be a good time to add a pair of clowns ?
This is my fish list :
Royal gramma

Pair of clowns

Watchman goby
Tailspot / Midas blenny

Pair of Anthias

Foxface

Coral beauty

Yellow Coris

Melanurus wrasse

McCosters flasher wrasse

Christmas wrasse

Mandarin goby
do you have pods?
madarin fish eat them
 
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