I'm setting up and starting the cycle on a 65G 3' tank next week. It will be a FOWLR, starting out with 40 pounds of live sand, 30 pounds of dry rock, and 15-20 pounds of live rock. It's also predrilled and I have a 30G sump. The first inhabitants will be a pair of juvenile black ocellaris clownfish. They've been living in the QT tank for a couple of months, as I had to have them and had nowhere to put them. Past that, I'm at a loss. We had so much trouble stocking the 55G and getting everyone to get along... What are some relatively peaceful fish that can coexist with the clowns? It seems like all the fish I love are aggressive or need a much larger tank. Since we won't have any corals in this tank, would any of the dwarf angelfish be ok? Edit: We'd also like the tank to be safe for invertebrates. We've had countless hermits, snails, and two emerald crabs be gobbled up in the 55G. The only surviving invertebrate in that tank is a snail the size of a golf ball.