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Old 11-14-2011, 09:34 PM   #31
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I mean small gobys like firefish and neon, etc...
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Old 11-14-2011, 09:36 PM   #32
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I'd do 2-3 small fish.

Maybe
1 firefish
1 neon goby
1 clown goby
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Well thanks guys! I guess I'll try to trade in my anemone at my local salt water aquarium store to get store credit and get some fish. But if I do that then can I get these things (1 or 2 small corals, small and, peppermint shrimps. Is that fine, and I have great lighting I have LED lighting for my tank very good lighting..
Yes!!!! I am happy you will do this!! Yes, you can have as many corals as youd like in a 10g, as long as they will fit!! And please put your stock list on a thread before you make and purchases, i want it to be perfect
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Okay thanks!!
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That sounds like a great plan, but you need to let you bacteria catch up. Just throwing more fish in there now will kill them too. You're basically cycling all over again. I'd definatly take that nem out asap, your lights should be able to hold him as long as they're descent led's, but the water parameters will kill him.
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Well thanks guys! I guess I'll try to trade in my anemone at my local salt water aquarium store to get store credit and get some fish. But if I do that then can I get these things (1 or 2 small corals, small and, peppermint shrimps. Is that fine, and I have great lighting I have LED lighting for my tank very good lighting..
LED lighting can be good, but lets take things one step at a time.

I think that swapping out the anemone for a couple smaller fish and maybe a peppermint shrimp is a good idea. But remember, start small.

What are you doing for filtration in this tank? Standard over the top hanging type filter I'm assuming? What is in the tank besides fish...i.e. substrate? rock work etc?

My apologies if I came across as harsh before - not my intention. I know it's disappointing when you find out you can't necessarily do what you'd like in the tank you have: even worse when you end up learning that the hard way (I myself had a bit of an issue with a puffer fish that way way WAY outgrew the tank it was in because I just didnt know any better).
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Okay this is my list :
2 small fire fish goby
1 small blenny
4 small corals
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3 hermit crabs
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Okay this is my list :
2 small fire fish goby
1 small blenny
4 small corals
3 peppermint shrimp
3 hermit crabs
1 cleaner shrimp
What is in the tank for filtration at this point? Live rock? Hanging filter? Cannister?

Don't even THINK about adding corals just yet
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Lol btw you can have as many corals as you can fit.
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Okay this is my list :
2 small fire fish goby
1 small blenny
4 small corals
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1 cleaner shrimp
Fire fish goby? How about, 2 peppermint shrimp and 1 cleaner? Also, some
Snails?
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