Originally Posted by LilBangarang
What about like a scooter blenny? Would damsels, wrasses, dottybacks, or cardinals work. Permitting they stay fairly small.
A Scooter Blenny would fit in that size tank, but I wouldn't get one if you are a beginner, because they are hard to get to eat. Their diet in the wild consists of pods
, which in order to replicate in the aquarium, you have to let the population build up for a few months. This is best done with a refugium. I do not recommend a scooter, at least for right now. On another note, Damsels would work. Also, a smaller wrasse like a sixline might work also. If you get a wrasse, make sure they take is covered, as they are jumpers. Some smaller Dottybacks may work, providing they are the last fish added to the tank. They are very aggressive. Also Cardinals would work. Some good micro fish are Clown Gobies, if you are looking for suggestions.