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anxious for new fish
Got a 20 long with 1 ocellaris clown 1 yellowtail damsel. Looking to get a fire fish but can't decide... red or purple, 1 or 2, mixed or same.
How about adding a Royal Gramma, Watchman Goby, or other fish which spend most of their time hanging out along the substrate and/or within the rock structure?
I'm going for a indo-pacific bio-tope... don't want to mix in caribbean
I agree with Pasfur.... plus, I have a Purple Firefish, he is VERY timid, and most others I've seen in mixed aquariums are as well. Having a super agressor like a yellow tail Damsel already in there, I would not add a Firefish.
I think I would go with a Bicolor Pseudochromis or Bicolor Dottyback. (same fish, different names) It would hold its own against the Damsel. Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Bicolor Dottyback
I may be trading in the damsel he was pretty much a test fish. That is if I can get him out of there. It took me forever to get him out of the 10 gallon to put him in the 20.
The Bicolor Pseudo IS Indo-Pacific....
I had to dismantle all my rockwork when I took my damsels out of the 65g when I first started it, they are heck to catch!!
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