Would 125 Gallons Be Big Enough To Hold...

Discussion in 'Saltwater Aquarium Builds' started by kujapirate1996, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. kujapirate1996Valued MemberMember

    A valentini puffer, stripped blenny, diamond watchman goby, firefish, aiptasia eating filefish, and a gold dot maroon clown as adults ?
     
  2. DutchAquariumWell Known MemberMember

    Yes, you should be fine. The maroon might get a bit agressive full grown but you have enough room to deal with it.
     
  3. OP
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    kujapirate1996Valued MemberMember

    Yeah, that's why i asked. Right now hes the size of a quarter and he only nips at feeding time, and the blenny and the puffer just give him a dirty look and go back to whatever, lol. If he keeps his attitude, he'll be a problem as an adult.
     
  4. Jesterrace

    JesterraceWell Known MemberMember

    More than enough, although be aware that there are certain considerations with those fish. Maroon Clowns can be super aggressive/territorial once established and Valentini Puffers are known for nipping fins on other fish and are generally not considered reef safe (nips corals and eats inverts). The Aiptasia filefish often turns to corals if there are no aiptasia to eat. The Maroon clown stands a decent chance of trying to claim that tank as it's own. I would personally give it the boot and swap it out for an Occ (ie Nemo) or Percula Clownfish as it is more likely to be a good tank mate.
     




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