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Old 11-17-2012, 04:42 AM   #1
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I have got an Aqua Medic Yasha 36L tank, been set up for 4 weeks now.
Current inhabitants are 1 sexy shrimp, 4 blue leg hermits and 2 turbo snails. All seem to be doing very well so far!
I need some advice on my stocking ideas fish wise, I have my mind set on getting a small Yellow Clown Goby and was hoping to be able to put in a Tailspot Blenny as well but im worried about whether this will cause problems with any aggressiveness from either fish?
I really want fish as small as possible hence why i have gone for these options and i would like a blenny/goby combination as i think they are both amazing fish.
Any advice would be much appreciated!
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:14 AM   #2
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Hi all!
I have got an Aqua Medic Yasha 36L tank, been set up for 4 weeks now.
Current inhabitants are 1 sexy shrimp, 4 blue leg hermits and 2 turbo snails. All seem to be doing very well so far!
I need some advice on my stocking ideas fish wise, I have my mind set on getting a small Yellow Clown Goby and was hoping to be able to put in a Tailspot Blenny as well but im worried about whether this will cause problems with any aggressiveness from either fish?
I really want fish as small as possible hence why i have gone for these options and i would like a blenny/goby combination as i think they are both amazing fish.
Any advice would be much appreciated!
Cheers
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:18 AM   #3
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Hi welcome to Aquarium Advice!

Not a great deal of fish will be good for that small tank but there's a few I suppose.

I would go for corals and one minstrel clown. Are you going to be doing corals?
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Not a great deal of fish will be good for that small tank but there's a few I suppose.

I would go for corals and one minstrel clown. Are you going to be doing corals?
I will be doing corals in a couple of months once tank has established.

I did look at Clowns but most things i read say they need larger tanks so i started to look at the small blennies/gobies as most info said they are better in small tanks, especially the YCG.
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It is a bit small but if you had just the one it should be fine. My 2 clowns have an anemone and they always stay around that and hardly get use of the rest of the tank.

Royal gramma's are nice fish too.
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