Originally Posted by shadowbrk
Yeah!! Go for it I have a watchman goby in my 12gal tank for years. They pair up with pistol shrimps too. I am upgrading to a 80 gal
It's my first FW
tank, and I REALLY enjoy it !!!! High lights, big skimmer, RODI
water, no problems
I know the guy at the petshop, so I don't have to QT anything (just dipping). I've got few aiptasia, so I put a peppermint shrimp.
The guy sold me "cycled LR
"... I didn't trusted him, but after 1 week I was cycled (according to my tests). So I just added 2 clowns to start. Everything fine for 1 month, no ammonia detectable.
I added a frogspawn, birdsnest and a zoa frag. I got aiptasia and hydroids from another LFS
. I throwed the frag that contained hydroids, don't want to have shits in my tank.
Now it's running about 1,5 month, I have 6 hermit crab (blue and red leg mix), 2 clowns, 3 corals, and i'm planning a Watchman Goby
The reason I asked, is because some fishs require more gallon for SPACE. Some for grounds SURFACE, some for WATER QUALITY... Was curious to know why this fish is rated 30g by most websites. If you say you have it for years, then I think that'll be a good choice
My water is jsut perfect
Thanks for fast reply !