How does this Stocking sound? 30 Gallon Tank 

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I'm going to add some Mushrooms and Button polyps also.
 

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You know you have this posted in freshwater beginners, right?

You may want to PM a mod and ask them to move it to the saltwater part of the forum. Also, we have salties here, but more freshwater fishkeepers, so be patient. someone will respond, it may just take a little extra time.
 
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He doesn't have enough posts to use the pm function.
The tread has been moved to the Saltwater stocking section.

Sorry, I'm not a salty, someone else will be able to help.
 
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OK thanks I will repost it in the Saltwater section! Sorry about that!
 

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Maroon Clowns are generally a very aggressive clown, in a 33 gallon you might want to watch the aggression from it.
Also, you might want to watch out with the Hawkfish. They are known to eat shrimp, which is what made me reconsider getting one for my reef to be. Which is a real shame because they are a very interesting fish IMO.
 

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Sarrixx said:
Maroon Clowns are generally a very aggressive clown, in a 33 gallon you might want to watch the aggression from it.
Also, you might want to watch out with the Hawkfish. They are known to eat shrimp, which is what made me reconsider getting one for my reef to be. Which is a real shame because they are a very interesting fish IMO.
I think that the Maroon will be fine with those fish, but if he adds an anemone than I do see an issue in that small of a tank. The Maroon, when full grown, can easily claim up to 3 feet radius of territory when it hosts an anemone.
 
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