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    what kind of eel can I put in a 90 gallon tank. I'm would also like to have a dwarf lionfish or any lionfish, and any clownfish. Is that way over stock? Or could I do a lot of water changes. If there is more room then could you suggest any other fish. Thanks for reading this.

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    There are some compatibility problems with what you are considering.

    The clown fish will soon become food for any close to full grown eel that can live in a 90 gallon and there also is a small risk of a eel trying to eat a dwarf lion fish as well. Predator issues aside, the eel and lion fish can not tolerate as much flow as a clown fish and they also do best in a different type of set-up with more rock structures and less open swimming space.

    Which would you want more in your tank. A large bodied lion fish and a eel, or the clownfish and some other types of fish
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    I would rather have the clownfish, what kind of fish can the clownfish go with?

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    Any other suggestions would really depend on what type of set-up you want to end up with and how much rock you will have in there

    Poosible options would include:
    - some of the dwarf lionfish
    - chromis
    - cardinals
    - some of the smaller tangs
    - some of the smaller rabbit fish
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    Alright thanks for the list

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    Any Moray may or may not rip out the Lions belly and eat what it can. Morays are bullet proof in a sense and the Lion toxin is not something they fear. The only thing you put with morays (Eels) is other morays and Damsels. As long as they are fed adequately, they will get along fine.

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