Originally Posted by woody390
I would say 10 may not even be large enough for clowns maybe small goby and inverts
I agree. I know that you may want the clowns but they really need 20-30 gallons minimum to be happy. People do it but just know that you have to change the water very often and this is cramped even for them.
I realize that in freshwater you can put more fish however it's not the same for saltwater. Usually the general rule is for every inch of fish you need 5 gallons. Personally, I would even go to 10 gallons per inch because of CUC as they put off waste too.
Some of the goby's can work well in a 10 gallon. The firefish Goby, green clown goby...there are a couple.