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Old 07-05-2011, 04:52 AM   #1
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My 14 gallon BioCube

I am about to get a 14 gallon Oceanic BioCube, and I am going to put one Clark's Clownfish, one Long Tentacle Anemone, one Peppermint Shrimp, and one Court Jester Goby. In what order should I put them in my tank, and does anyone have any " insider tips" on these fish? Thanks!
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Old 07-05-2011, 08:13 AM   #2
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Hi, welcome to the forum!

Unfortunately I don't think your lights will be good enough for an anenome, plus they require a tank that has been set up for almost a year. The 14g is a great size, just can't fit everything you want in.

You can get some corals though, the stock lighting can support a good selection.
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I know some mods for the biocube not much about the fish
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Ok...I have changed my plan. I now want one True Percula clownfish, one Court Jester Goby, one Peppermint Shrimp, and Green Star Polyps. Any comments would be appreciated.
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I think that sounds like a good idea. You could probably get an extra peppermint or 2 as well.
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Ok, thanks Is there any extra care involved in a peppermint shrimp because it is a crustacean, or is feeding it?
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They eat flake food or whatever you feed your fish.
As long as you do your water changes you will have all the nutrients they need to grow and molt. I've found them to be alot of fun to watch sway back and forth plus they are big enough that you can see them. LOL I wanted sexy shrimp but they are too tiny.
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Which should I put in first?
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Calm down, you can put in everything at the same time if your tank is fully cycled.
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Everything??? Well, okay;D
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