Omnivorous fish for GHA? (60 Litre tank)

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So I have a very minute problem with GHA on my back wall. I am worried that it’s not a large amount so I would need a fish capable to control this and eat regular foods (mysis, pellets). Any suggestions- wrasse?
I would like a Blenny but I’m also cautious there’s not a lot of hiding spots and quite large gravel in this tank.
 
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I've found that I (or in this case you) are the best algae remover available. if it is on the back wall a quick scrape could be an easy win before it starts to establish on rocks, etc

Tangs are also excellent grazers but require a larger tank. I personally have not had success with blenny's or clean up crew eating algae once it grows passed a certain length
 
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I've found that I (or in this case you) are the best algae remover available. if it is on the back wall a quick scrape could be an easy win before it starts to establish on rocks, etc
Top crown snails. Just 1. Lol.
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Yeah, I’ve no problems cleaning it, it takes 60
Seconds, I’m looking for more livestock and wondered if I can kill two birds with one stone.
A snails actually been on my to grab list for a while. I’ve too many hermits and a couple are getting an acquired coral taste
 
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