Too Many FISH?

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Would y’all say no more, no less? Next fish I would add would probably be a blend of some type. Still unsure on what I would get next but do y’all think this tank could handle another fish?
You don’t really have a utility fish in that list so that would be the only thing I’d consider adding. 32g is kinda small for most of them so maybe consider a molly to eat some algae.
 
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You don’t really have a utility fish in that list so that would be the only thing I’d consider adding. 32g is kinda small for most of them so maybe consider a molly to eat some algae.
I’ll have to look into Molly blennies then. Do you know anything about Midas blennies? I was considering one of those a few months ago but I was unsure.
 
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You could add 1 more small bottom dwelling fish IMO. I’d do a Goby and Shrimp Pair.
I plan to get a fire shrimp and I really REALLY want a fire shrimp. I don’t know if the fire shrimp would pair with the goby, but if they would that would be awesome. I typically see pistol shrimps and gobies pairing but that’s about it.
 
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I think LegendaryCG meant a freshwater Molly not a Molly blenny. You can get a fire shrimp but it unfortunately won't pair with the goby. I think your fish list is fine but I would definitely agree that a utility fish is very helpful.
 
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I think LegendaryCG meant a freshwater Molly not a Molly blenny. You can get a fire shrimp but it unfortunately won't pair with the goby. I think your fish list is fine but I would definitely agree that a utility fish is very helpful.
Ok I was a little confused about that. I’ll probably look into some information about Midas blennies because I have been fascinated with those
 

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It looks like you are already planning a watchman goby so I would add a pistol shrimp so they will pair. You can still add a Fire shrimp as well. My 30 has a tiger pistol, fire shrimp, and peppermint shrimp.
 
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It looks like you are already planning a watchman goby so I would add a pistol shrimp so they will pair. You can still add a Fire shrimp as well. My 30 has a tiger pistol, fire shrimp, and peppermint shrimp.
Ooh. Now I want to get both now. Obviously I’ll have to do my research but good to know that they are fine with each other.
 
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