Neon Reefer Posted August 26, 2013 Share Posted August 26, 2013 So the 75 G I set up a few months back is maturing nicely and I'm ready to add some new fish as I am only sporting a pair of small clowns, a pair of fire fish and a neon goby. I need to increase my fish fertilizer factory as my Nitrates and Phosphates register 0.0 on Red Sea Pro testing. I know they are not truly 0.0 but is an indication of a pretty ULN system. Not really good for a mixed reef. The Softies and LPS are barely growing these days, and before I push the coral foods I want to go ahead and get my fish population up to speed and see where the NO3 and PO4 will go. I want it up but only modestly Currently my needs are such. I have a friendly easy going tank and want to keep it that way. I like smaller fish and want no herbivores. I have virtually no pest Algae to speak of except for some really slow growing Vilonia Bubble Algae, guess I should get A Sally Lightfoot crab or an Emerald for that. I have been looking at Flasher Wrasses and even considering some Altheas. I have a crushed coral bottom as another limiting factor so question is what do you think? Anyone with some good suggestions. Gotta be reef safe for sure. Here is a pic of where they'll be heading. Thought I'd start with two and end up with a total of five new fish. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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