First thing is I would either rehome or take back the clown loaches. They can and usually do get up to a foot long! Not to mention I've seen them eat small fish like small danios, guppies etc that will fit in their mouth. At least a 90 gallon aquarium once they get full size. That's where most of your bioload is coming from I would bet.
is a GREAT resource to help with stocking your tank.
2 gourami in a 36 gallon is like playing with fire. They are very territorial to their own species and unless you want to breed them, which it's hard to find a female dwarf g., then it's highly unrecommended. Just 1 for your tank will be fine.
Do you know the species of pleco? Their are species than will get 24 inches long and others that get 3
be nice to know what type.
I hope this helps. This is to help prevent you from having issues once these fish get bigger and get territorial over space etc.
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