How many fish to put in a 55 gallon FOWLR set up

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fish and Invertebrates' started by IlovePuffers, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

    I'm thinking about upgrading to a 55 gallon tank. In the tank I would like a yellow tang a 2 or 3 Toby puffers. Can I do this if so can I get anymore fish

  2. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    you can do that yea. but im not sure what other fish u can get? :confused:

  3. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

  4. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    The Azure Damselfish Chrysiptera hemicyanea is a very pretty demoiselle. it is a small, hardy fish that only reaches 2 3/4 inches (7 cm) in length and has a gorgeous electric blue and yellow coloring. With its good personality, rarely causing trouble in community tanks, and being reasonably priced, it is a staple of the industry and one of the most desirable damselfish for the saltwater enthusiast. Other names it is commonly known by include Azure Demoiselle, Yellow-dipped Damsel, Half-blue Damselfish, and Royal Demoiselle. should work with your listed fish

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  5. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

  6. FreshAquariumsValued MemberMember

    No problem, if you end up having anymore questions just direct message me or something :)
  7. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

    What should I stock it with. I love all types of puffers.
  8. CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Bumping this up for you
  9. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

    I have a 55gal Tank that's already 1 week into cycling. I was planning on adding...
    Green Chromis
    Bicolor Blenny
    Valentini Puffer
    Flame hawkfish
    Is this a good plan or should I change it. Any advice is helpful
  10. SecretiveFishWell Known MemberMember

    That looks like a good stocking list!

    I would add the firefish first since those tend to be rather timid and need a chance to establish his/her territory. I would add the clownfish and the valentini puffer last since those are the most 'aggressive' fish in your list.
  11. IlovePuffersNew MemberMember

    Okay thanks

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