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Fish that are good for zoas


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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Default Fish that are good for zoas

    I'm wanting to add a fish or two to my 29 gallon. Any recommendations for good fish that are good "guard fish" that would work well in a 29 with my existing pair of clowns?

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    six line, pink streak, possum wrasse, mandarin, scooter blenny, tailspot blenny

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonclownfish View Post
    six line, pink streak, possum wrasse, mandarin, scooter blenny, tailspot blenny
    Or if you wanted to go against all the Tang Police, you could get a nice little baby yellow tang. They are great and will help with algae. Could always trade him in as he gets bigger for a smaller one.

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    Midas Blenny! That's what I'm getting
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    Do they eat any zoa pests though?

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    all that i posted do :D

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    I like to add pajama cardinal fish to the list. They help keep the bug population down. IME- too big a bug population, with not enough food, polyps can become a snack.

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    How about a Royal Gramma?
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    Last edited by MUCHO REEF; 07-14-2011 at 06:17 AM.
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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    For pest control the sixline is a shining star.
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