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    do i have too many fish?

    i have a 35g tank with 20g sump and 5g hob refugium, about 50lbs of live rock and 4 inches of argonite sand, i have the 65g version of the super skimmer. i currently have a 2-inch yellow tang(yes i know the tank is too small but i plan on upgrading in a year, but my friend is also setting up a 75g tank so i could always give it to him to get something else but i hate to give it away as it's my favorite fish ), 2-inch flame angel and a small pair of osc. clown.
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    I'd suggest moving the tang to your friend's tank ASAP. A year in a 35gallon tank is WAY too long for the tang.
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    yah i might do that, would i be ok to add another fish? also is the flame angel going to be too big? i read that a 30g is the minimium for these fish
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    Vu,

    The flame angel should be fine in your tank along with the pair of clowns. You could probably get away with a blenny or a small wrasse, but you'd be at your limit I think.
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    i want to get a yellow clown goby
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    That should make for a great addition.
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