11-20-2008, 03:54 PM
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ive noticed that most reefs dont have many fish, i was hoping to keep fish in the tank also...its a 115G tank, with a 30G refugium...after clowns, blue tangs, chromis, goby, flame angel, royal gramma. any issues with these ones?
I don't think its that they don't have fish at all in reef tanks, just that the population needs to be small. This is to help reduce the amount of food and waste being put in the tank, to help keep the water super-clean. Also, you gotta be careful because obviously many fish aren't reef-safe. They will either pick at your corals, or will at least try to eat your inverts :)
I think the fish you listed will be OK (what specific kind of blue tang? Blue hippo/regal tang, powder blue, etc)... if you really meant multiple tangs, try to introduce them to the tank at the same time. Otherwise, there might be aggression between them. What kind of Goby? I'm not sure about the reef-safeness of the flame angel (not saying they aren't reef safe, I just don't know off the top of my head).
Have you considered a Midas Blenny? Those guys are awesome, and are reef-safe
Last edited by conger; 11-20-2008 at 03:58 PM..