Now that I am setup and everything is going smoothly, I have been adding fish slowly. My first fish were 4 Green Chromis because they were inexpensive and I was nervous that I hadn't let the cycle finish, blah blah blah.
Needless to say, they are doing well, as are the rest of my fish. I want as peaceful a tank as possible as reef-compatible as possible.
Now to the nitty gritty. I want to replace the Chromis. They are fine fish but I would like something more striking or interesting in the tank to look at and the having 4 Chromis is taking up a lot of the "fish inches" available in my tank. The great thing about the Chromis is that they constantly swim at the top of the water column which takes up a lot of dead space up there and gives it some movement.
I plan on taking the Chromis to the LFS
and would like to replace them with something that will inhabit the top of the water column as they do, but that are prettier to look at or cooler to watch.
I have considered some other species of damsel, but the aggressiveness that everyone says they have has kept me away to this point.
Can anyone make a suggestion?
Tank:75g Reef/38g Sump
4X96 FL; 4X96 Actinic
Livestock: 80lbs LR
; 4 Green Chromis; 6Line Wrasse; BiCo Blenny; Diamond Goby; Cleaner Shrimp; Assorted Snails/Hermits/Emeralds; Assorted Mushrooms; Leathers; Zoos; Hammer; Xenia; Star Polyps; Acropora