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- The Island of O'ahu, Hawai'i
A Pygmy Angel is definitely out for a 10 gallon tank. They are super active and will be ultra aggressive in a 10 gallon tank. You have to remember with a saltwater tank that it's not just about size but level of activity and even a Pygmy Angel needs at least 3 feet of horizontal swimming space (ideally 4 feet or more) to do well long term. A Possum or Pygmy Wrasse would be a good choice for your tank as would a small goby or firefish. Beyond that the 10 gallon tank is too small for any other saltwater fish for any length of time. Also keep in mind that 3 fish will technically be overstocked for a 10 gallon saltwater tank. The Bioload demands will be significant so you will need to be spot on with water changes, filter changes, cleaning, etc. to not have things go wrong.CHAMELEON_BREEZE said:I live in Oahu, HI, and I wan't a Pygmy Cherub Angel for my 10 gallon FOWLR. Does anyone know where to find any?
I currently have one Occellaris Clown, one Blue/Green Chromis, and 5 Zebra Hermits.