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Need reef help

Discussion in 'Marine Reef Keeping' started by jared185, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. jared185

    jared185 AC Members

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    I have a 55 gallon aquarium that is well established but not set up for corals until recently I just spent 1500 resetting it up so to speak so now here's the question

    What are good fish that I can put in there fish that are Hardy and also what about some good invertebrates. That could Co exist

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    There is a sticky here on fish that are NOT reef safe.


    The thing to do is find the fish that you like and then research them. You could keep a number of fish in a 55 reef. wrasses, clowns damsels, etc. remember though that some are aggressive so research for compatibility and needs.

    some of the more common invertebrates kept are skunk cleaner shrimp, peppermint shrimp and hermit crabs. Emerald crabs can be cool (when you can see them.

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