I have a 46 gallon bowfront that I would like to upgrade to a 70 gal or a 90 (I'm saving toward a new (used) one). I had some problems during the late Winter / early Spring. I lost all my SPS, but only one LPS and no zoanthids. I have a crocea clam that is still recovering but looks like it will be OK. I have Duncans (eleven heads) that are doing great. I also have two false percs (clowns) that are somewhat agressive (one attacks my hand when it's in the tank). I finally added a purple with green center candy cane that is doing great so far (only a few days though). Ammonia and Nitrites are 0, nitrates less than .20, and PH between 8.0 and 8.2. \n\nSo, yesterday I purchased two fish, a chalk basslet and a six line wrasse. The basslet is very peaceful, but thought it be OK adding it with the six line. I found the basslet this afternoon, lying on the bottom and looking as if it was attacked. I suspect the clowns. The six line was doing OK until this evening, again looking like it's tail fins may have been nipped at by the clowns. The one clown is always trying to be hosted by the duncans, preventing them from expanding as much as they used to do. \n\nFinally my question. Would you sell the clowns and restock with more peaceful fish? I don't want to find a bigger tank only to have the clowns pester anything I add to it. I really want an esquiset wrasse, and maybe a couple of gobies, and ruby headed wrasse (if compatible with the esquisete wrasse). I also don't want them stressing out the duncans too much. \n\nThanks in advance.