Red Sea Nano Max Peninsula ~ Stock Ideas?

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Hello everyone!

After doing a ton of research as a newbie, I have decided to purchase the Red Sea Nano Max Peninsula. With the limited square footage, I'd like to ask for some feedback on what stocking ideas would do great in this tank? I plan to use everything from the kit (stock) and would like to first start with a FOWLR tank, but progress with 1-2 SPS frags later down the road when the tank is established. I have a Trigger Sapphire26, an empty Innovative Marine Nuvo 20L, and a brand new empty 75 gallon, all of a which I purchased second hand, but never set up.
 
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I would do firefish and go for something more peaceful...note chromic are damsels, and you'll find yourself with just 1 or 2 no matter how many you start with.

1-2 firefish
court jester goby
tail spot blenny
yellow banded possum wrasse

could be a nice little tank!
 

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I would do firefish and go for something more peaceful...note chromic are damsels, and you'll find yourself with just 1 or 2 no matter how many you start with.

1-2 firefish
court jester goby
tail spot blenny
yellow banded possum wrasse

could be a nice little tank!
Don’t court jesters require pods to sustain? Seems like a bad fish for a new tank, no?
 
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Ive been eyeing the captive bred from biota, which seem to take to aquarium foods: https://shop.thebiotagroup.com/products/court-jester

But I may be wrong as I have not kept this fish myself!
Seems the answer, as often the case, rests in a gray area!

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