Hello, I have finished my 1 month nitrogen cycle in my 55 gallon saltwater tank(thats to a few versitle mollies and guppies) and have added my first SW fish... a pair of green chromis. I have four questions:
First, I have read that chromis are carnivors. I have been cutting frozen fish pieces very small (thawed) such as shrimp, squid, clams, qysters whatever is in my seafood mix frozen bag. I also feed marine flake. Is this ok?
Second, the pet shop said thess were green chromis. they appear silver however with a green/blue top fin that changes color depending on the light. They look very much like chromis except for the color... any ideas?
Third, My chromis seem to swim on the same side of the tank near the same rock/corner. It is not a very well hidden spot and there are no other fish in the tank, any ideas?
Finally, I have heard that chromis like to school in odd numbers. I have a pair right now, should i buy another? these fish seem to swim along the same side of the tank and might be looking at their reflections in the glass tank. Thanks. Adam