12-15-2007, 06:25 AM
| || | A large tank is better than a small tank. Smaller tanks make water conditions almost unstable and difficult to keep constant so unless you are prepared for this, get the biggest tank you can afford.
Originally Posted by bobo
okay reading around i`m quite scared to start something larger then 30 gallons first go so i`m just wondering if this can work out.
2 fire shrimp
2 cleaner shrimp
1-2 other small fish (blennies?)
and hermit crabs?!
Lawnmower blennies might be one of the best choice you can get.