Stocking a 76 litre (20 gal) tank

Raideress

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Im getting the pictured pair of clownfish they are about 2-3cms now, was thinking these and this shrimp, can anyone tell what the shrimp is and if it will add to or help bioload
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would love to add a royal gramma too if it can fit
 

saltwater60

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Shrimp are fairly low on the bioload. You could likely do the garamma and the shrimp. Just watch clowns can be aggressive in smaller tanks.
 
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Raideress

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saltwater60 said:
Shrimp are fairly low on the bioload. You could likely do the garamma and the shrimp. Just watch clowns can be aggressive in smaller tanks.
i might do a rock formatation on both ends of the tank and hopefully the clowns will claim one end and the gramma the other :)
saltwater60 said:
Shrimp are fairly low on the bioload. You could likely do the garamma and the shrimp. Just watch clowns can be aggressive in smaller tanks.
worst case senario i could put a screen up and move my baby fish into my 77 gallon and cycle the 14 gallon as a gramma tank
 

Jesterrace

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I wouldn't go with that shrimp as it's a standard sized coral banded shrimp which can bother fish and inverts at night. The smaller Blue Coral Banded Shrimp are better behaved. I would look into something like a goby and pistol shrimp combo as that would work well in your tank. Royal Gramma would also be a good choice.
 
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