Riona Posted March 17, 2022 Share Posted March 17, 2022 Obviously I am nowhere near being able to put anything aside from more rock into the tank since I just got the first 20# last week. (I'm poor. Gotta do it in pieces even if that means it'll be longer before anything decorative goes into it.) No sump-the planted fresh is on the bottom of the stand. No skimmer-I've tried probably 6 different types and have gotten exactly zero of them to actually work for me. I'm thinking two springer's damsels, a royal gramma, and a pink streaked wrasse (assuming I can find one. My LFS said "good luck", and I've had bad luck having live stuff shipped to me, so not wanting to try that.) Or would I be better off with one damsel and getting a fourth small fish to put in with them? I'm not entirely certain how they'd be in the close-ish quarters. Would a neon goby or two fit with that stock list? Not a fan of the short lifespan, but do like the look and personality, and I doubt they'd add TOO much bioload as tiny as they are, right? Quote Link to comment
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