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    youngtimothy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I'm in the mood to buy some thing for my tank. what are some cool schooling fish. they need to be small 4 or five of them, reef safe. I have a 100 gallon with a yellow tang two false perc's pygmy angle clown wrasse leopard wrasse and ayellow clown gobi and lots of coral.

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    Preuss had zebra barred dartfish in their display a while back and they were always schooled up.

    Chromis is another option. Anthias as well. Although the long term success of those seems to be hit or miss.

    I think several other dartfish species also will school.

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