I suppose it's something to do more research into! I know they can be semi-territorial, and it's better to get one that's a lot smaller than the other so they actually pair instead of just fight as females.I was watching a bunch of 29g coralife biocube videos earlier and most people seem to have clownfish pairs, or a single larger clown, like a maroon clown (which I know are more aggressive).
At least from what the internet tells me, most cardinals are "bulletpoof" and I love the silvery shimmer that banggai cardinals have, not a huge fan of the pajama cardinals, they do look like Dr. Seuss and Tim Burton's lovechild as a fish haha. Very excited for a chalk basslet though!!
Any possible aggression towards a firefish? I know firefish are VERY timid, and if this stocking is okay I would probably go: firefish -> chalk basslet -> cardinalfish -> clown pair, to go from most peaceful to semi-aggressive.
Any idea if the Tunze fits in the back chambers of the biocube? I'm thinking about doing some slight mods (add LEDs, maybe add some other things) but would like to keep the lid on it.
Are there any snails that can survive/ outspeed the hermits? At least from what freshwater taught me, snails are great at cleaning the glass and shrimp are great at cleaning the scape. If I were to get any snails, they would moreso be for their cleaning abilities, so I suppose it wouldn't be a great loss (so long as they're not too expensive). Do hermits and shrimp attack each other? Or would the shrimp just swim away from the slower hermits? I'm also interested in feather dusters, how difficult are they to keep? Only interested in keeping one, but still.
Sorry for so many questions! I appreciate the responses.