Ok guys. I need some thoughts on my stocking plan for my tank. I lost my tailspot blenny (jumped) about 3 weeks ago, and have since gotten a midas blenny. The midas came from an established fowlr
tank belonging to a coworker, and has been in my qt for about 2 weeks. He is doing fantastic, shows no signs of illness or distress, eats great. I am going to move him to my display tank this weekend I think.
I have narrowed down my final stocking list and just want to be sure it will be ok. I have a 38 gallon IM Nuvo tank. Stock list is:
2 occellaris clowns (already have)
1 midas blenny (already have)
1 purple dottyback
1 orangetail blue damsel
I know people are soooo against damsels, and it might come back to bite me in the behind, but I am hoping with the fish I have chosen, they can all hold thier own and get along.
I have also considered a royal gramma instead of the dottyback, or a six line wrasse, but would preferrably like to stick with my above list.
lastly, I would really like to add a bangaii cardinal to this list, but am not sure if I am already overstocking the tank, and/or how one would do with the above fish. Thoughts? I can take it or leave it either way, but if I do add one, I would like to add it before the dottyback and damsel.