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Old 07-04-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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Calling all Clarkies

So my Clarkie Clown was my first fish and I do really enjoy him since he has personality. They are ranked as semi aggressive along with maroon clowns. But him and my flame angle ( also semi aggressive ) are like best friends.

Just wondering has anyone got a Clarkie as well as other clowns , since I would like to get a pair of true perc's. But don't want to have to remove my Clarkie or have him kill other clowns.
I have 55g with 50 lb of rock.
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I have never had a clarkie but I have had all other clowns and it just seems like all clowns are aggressive toward each other. I dont think personally that it`s a clarkie problem just a clownfish problem. JMO
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Mmhmm cause I know of a tank with a maroon clown and 4 back clowns and they are fine together .
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In my experience, different species of clowns don't make good tank mates, then again, it all comes down to the fish you have chosen itself. I wouldn't risk it, as it is an easily unavoidable negative interaction between tank mates.
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