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hello! i have a 75g macroalgae display tank only a few fish currently a couple damsels, mcosker wrasse, clown, and diamond goby

im looking for a larger fish to add that wont destroy macro or soft corals, any suggestions appreciated, thanks.
 
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I would say that anything that is primarily carnivorous but isn’t likely to eat your other fish should work, perhaps some kind of more mellow scorpionfish…
i was definately looking into a leaf scorpionfish but i have quite a small clownfish an inch and a half and a beautiful gold coral banded shrimp, would these be in danger?
 
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i was definately looking into a leaf scorpionfish but i have quite a small clownfish an inch and a half and a beautiful gold coral banded shrimp, would these be in danger?
The clown should be fine as long as the scorpion is purchased at equal or smaller size, so that they grow at a similar rate. The coral banded shrimp I’d be a little worried about, that could make an easy meal for a scorpionfish. However, you may want to research the compatibility of that particular species, because it various by type.
 
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