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Old 09-17-2014, 07:04 PM   #1
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I'm about done cycling my AquaMedic Yasha Nano (10 gallons) and I was wondering what fish would be acceptable to stock this tank with. Thanks.
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If I had a nano tank, I would make the tank around a clown goby. These guys aren't active swimmers, but perch around the tank.
A cardinal like a PJ would probably work as well.
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Clown goby and one of the smaller prawn gobies and pistols would be a great 10g stocking IMO.
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Clown goby and one of the smaller prawn gobies and pistols would be a great 10g stocking IMO.
I'm also looking at doing coral. 1 stony near the surface (probably orange monti), and some zoas/palys and mushrooms. Any opinions? I'll also take suggestions on coral stocking.
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1st of all great choice on the tank. I think they are definitely one of the best all in ones. I'm pretty sure you should be able to keep almost any coral you want. You could probably do a bubble-tip anemone. I found bubble-tips to be very hardy as long as your tank is mature and stable.
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Nano's and biocubes aren't suited for anemone IMO. BTA get large and they need intense lighting, which don't come as stock on these units.
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1st of all great choice on the tank. I think they are definitely one of the best all in ones. I'm pretty sure you should be able to keep almost any coral you want. You could probably do a bubble-tip anemone. I found bubble-tips to be very hardy as long as your tank is mature and stable.
Although I would love to do that, bubble tips get way big for a 10G tank. So far I'm looking at getting a clown goby and a court jester goby, as well as some dragon eye zoas, montipora, leather tree coral, and other indonesian corals.
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A yasha goby would be awesome in that tank lol, one of my favorite gobies


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