So I am going to add my Wtachman to my display tank this weekend, so it's time to start thinking about the next (possibly last for now) addition.
My Goby is about 1.5" and my Clown is less than 1" (probably about .5"). I know that with my tank size, I'm looking at a maximum of 6" of fish, so I have perhaps 4" left, 3 to be safe and account for growth.
When a fish is said to grow up to 3", how lilely is that? Does habitat size limit growth somewhat?
I am debating between the Royal Gramma or a small school of chromis. Not sure if I have the inch room for the school, but it's still on the table. I'd like to stick with easy, non-aggressive fish right now.
Anyone have any adivse on which to go with, or other suggestions of fish that will complement my yellow goby and orange clown, color-wise and compatability-wise?
29 gallon tank
40 lbs of LR
1.5 inches of LS
CPR BakPak skimmer w/ preskimmer
Aquaclear 201 and 301 powerheads
Tronic 100W heater
2 20W NO
Snail crew, Peppermint Shrimp, 2 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, Percula Clown, Watchman Goby