Umm...if it helps, I can get the scientific names of the fish since you don't have them on the google doc, and I can also spell-check the words.
Unless the fish are drastically different, maybe we could lump them into genuses? For example, a lot of the Elacatinus goby species act the same, right? So instead of having gold-line, blue neon, sharknose, etc. gobies, we could just lump them into one Elacatinus group because they're all relatively peaceful, small, seahorse-friendly fish. And if there's an exception, there's always an "with exception to" phrase followed by the species and why it's an exception, right?
Additionally, we could just start out with the "bread and butter" fish of the saltwater side of the hobby, the ones that any beginning reefer would recognize, such as: dottybacks, clownfish, Elacatinus gobies, royal grammas, dartfish, etc.
For the additional tank sizes, there might be a problem here. 29 gallon tanks are basically taller 20 gallon tanks, but what use does a fish have for extra height if it's stuck to the bottom? Unless you're mostly talking about water dilution (which would make sense), this doesn't really solve the problem of space issues, especially if it's a surface area hungry fish...