10 gallon reef stocking

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derek170

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I'm in the process of setting up a new reef aquarium, and I'm looking for stocking advice. The tank is 10 gallons, with 20 lbs of dry rock. With the rock and sand the tank holds approximately 7 gallons of water. I,m thinking of adding a firefish as well as a peppermint shrimp. However after checking live aquaria I think a better option may be a few neon gobys. If any experianced saltwater fishkeepers know please let me know if a firefish is a good option.
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There are many options. Check out the “nano fish” section on Live Aquaria. What goes in is up to you and what you like. For me, I’d probably do a royal gramma, a neon cleaner goby, and a either s firefish gobie or a cherry head goby for a total of three small fish that won’t get big. good luck.
 
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