09-30-2011, 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by ladayen
We are moving next month and will finally be able to set up a salt water tank. We already got a tank that was listed as a 77g, and seems to be about that. It comes with some "live" rock but has been a freshwater tank for a couple years.
We are looking into stocking it with..
Pair of Percula Clownfish
Those are a must unless for some reason it's not possible at all. We would also like, but would be willing to remove or change as necessary...
Some kind of goby
Bicolor Blenny (strong like)
Some kind of cardinal fish
Yellowtail damsels (these have to be kept in a small group I understand?)
The list looks good to me, with 2 exceptions. The Yellowtail Damsels could prove to be to aggressive, only because of your tank size. They are a small fish, yes, but they show much more aggression in tanks under 6 foot in length. I would stay away.
The Green Mandarin is a very bad idea. They are very difficult feeders, as mentioned, and are extremely susceptible to ich. This fish is just not one that most people should ever consider in their tank. Far to big of a risk.