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Old 07-13-2011, 10:13 AM   #21
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Yes you can frag (easy to do)and most likely will have to Im thinking GSP on the back wall an open brain and some Zoa's and some mushrooms for my 5g
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:29 AM   #22
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Course you could Goldie, if it get too large for your liking.

I hate to be a downer on the anenome but that's the blunt answer, beautiful creatures though.

Like the wazoo huh? I got uber loads of more americanism sayings or at last carey sayings. LOL
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Just stating the facts as I see em, nems are realy pretty and all but most are left best to the oceans.

You could easily frag it if it gets too much for your tank, they are quite resilient.
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Grizz, you've got help with the fragging. As in tell me what to do! Because I don't wanna be killing anything.

And thank you Carey, I do really need the honest opinions, I really don't want this to mess up!

WOOT WOOT. Today I sold my other fish tanks!! The money I have got from them will be going towards this fish tank. I will have to RESTRAIN myself not to buy anything else in the mean time

Really struggling between two black and white clowns or just common ones...? There is a difference in price and one brings more colour then the other... PLUS these will be my centre fish. DECISIONS DECISIONS. Lol.

If anybody is wondering, here are the two tanks I sold. I know everyone loves pictures
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:10 AM   #25
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So wait... Fragging corals is like trimming plants? How do you go about "fragging" corals?
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Hey I was just reading through. Thought I would throw my opinion into the mix.

Sexy shrimp are my absolute favorite. I work at a place called aquarium adventure and we get them in all the time and they are very hit and miss. My sexy shrimp is always out on the rocks dancing for me lol and that in a 36. But I've also seen some that like to hide alot so when you go to look to buy one just see if they are out and about or not. Very good choice though!!
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:19 AM   #27
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Aww, thank you! I love having peoples opinions. How many do you think I would be able to have in a 24gal? I also really like the sound of Cleaner Shrimp.
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Personally, I like the b&w's even though mine just both died. I thought they were worth the extra money but I don't know what they go for over there, prices are sometimes wacky over seas. You could also look into designer clowns, here's a link with some for reference. I'm partial to the black ice and the midnights myself. LOL

Saltwater Clown Fish - Aquatic Connection

Fragging some corals can be very easy some not as easy. I would check out utube and see the videos people make. It seems very easy. lol
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Wow, those black Ice ones are nice! I quite like the premium picasso. But NO WAY would I ever pay that much

Clown Fish - Aquatics to your Door Heres a site I have to work with... havent used them before but apparently they are good.

You see..i dont actually have a pet store around me that I trust. I will just have to keep on going in again and again till I find the fish I like I guess. Kinda sucks though..

And Carey, yes.. I can't believe that happened to your tank I think I will quarantine my fish now :/
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YouTube - ‪Fragging - how to frag corals and float the frag to the top!‬‏

I don't know if it's any good, I dont have any sound, but it seems alright..
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