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Hi, I am thinking about stocking for my 15 gallon that has been running almost 2 months now (I only have a few softies atm)
In terms of fish I was thinking I would get 1 clownfish, 1 possum wrasse, 1 Yasha goby/shrimp pair and 1 royal gramma.
I am thinking about getting a pair of clownfish instead of the wrasse, how would a pair do in a 15 gallon?
 

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A pair of clowns of a smaller species should be fine. They may get larger and territorial but that is their nature (they defend their anemone's.
 
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I was thinking occelaris clownfish


That should be fine. I would get them small. Just watch your bioload. Also, make sure that the fish have their own areas they can go to. Royal grammas are not aggressive but like their little spot. Clowns often like their little spot too.
 
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That should be fine. I would get them small. Just watch your bioload. Also, make sure that the fish have their own areas they can go to. Royal grammas are not aggressive but like their little spot. Clowns often like their little spot too.
I’m planning to take it very very slowly, eg. Get 1 fish this week, wait 2 months at least inbetween each other fish.
I also have lots of live rock so there should be enough hiding spots for all of them
 

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Also, is it a smart idea to put the gramma in first or later?
Or perhaps would a blenny be a good first fish?
 
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