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Cole.mormon

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I need a fish that could fit these requirements

Reef safe
Will not eat inverts
Will get along with
1 latticed butterfly
1 banded coral shrimp
1 diamond watchman goby
1 scooter blenny
1 neon dotty back
1 two stripe damsel
1 lawnmower blenny
 
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What size tank do you have?

personally I like cardinal fish, royal gramas, anthias, 6 line wrass to name a few that are usually easy to find at a fair price.
If tank is big enough a tang would help as clean up crew.
Hope this helps. Take care
 
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What about a possum wrasse
I think that should work as well. That’s a pretty fish. Im not sure if they will help with anything utilitarian like a 6line. 6 line will eat flat worms if you ever get them. But those could too- honestly I don’t know too much about those. But they look good
 
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My first guess/suggestion is a Bangai....some find them boring as they tend to just sit there in the water column, but it's a nice looking easy to care for fish imo....second the thoughts on one or perhaps two clowns. My Ocellaris is a little SOB when I put my hands in the tank, but I love him since he hasn't scared me permanently lol.
 
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