Hard working Fish???

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Aye up, guys and girls. Trying to set up my new tank with the view of not having to do loads of maintenance. Can you recommend a selection of fish that will earn there keep a bit like cuc.
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James

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Reply #1

Algae blenny,,, mine pecks at the rock n glass nealy non stop

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Diamond spot goby will sift the sand and not as messy as chalk goby.

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Engineer goby, pilot fish, hammer head shark. Nurse shark  lol 
There's a fine line between success and failure like there's a difference between surviving and thriving and we are all striving for a thriving success.

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I know sorry you didn't mean those type of jobs  :grin:
There's a fine line between success and failure like there's a difference between surviving and thriving and we are all striving for a thriving success.

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Reply #5

Engineer goby, pilot fish, hammer head shark. Nurse shark  lol

They're all far more useful than a clown! ;)
40L: Tiger pistol shrimp and Wheeler goby trio, peppermint shrimp, zoas, ricordeas, gorgs, tree
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