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Old 06-12-2013, 08:15 AM   #11
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The canary blenny is alot less shy now swimming around and the dottyback is attacking him alot less. The blenny sleeps in the corners of the tank layed against the silicone. Hes a pretty cool dude. Heres some pics of him.
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Old 06-12-2013, 09:18 AM   #12
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They will work it out. I have a sunrise dotty and my fish are like oh you again. Beautiful fish mine turned a deep purple with the yellow back. Ninja yes! I added a leopard wrasse and my dotty and melanervus wrasse were jerks but now they all get along.
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They will work it out. I have a sunrise dotty and my fish are like oh you again. Beautiful fish mine turned a deep purple with the yellow back. Ninja yes! I added a leopard wrasse and my dotty and melanervus wrasse were jerks but now they all get along.
I hope so cause i really like the sunrises. Those leopard wrasses are awesome. My tank isnt big enough for one. I believe im fully fish stocked now in my 39 gallon. 2 ocellaris clowns, 1 sunrise dottyback, & 1 canary blenny.
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I got to ask, what constitutes a fully stocked tank? For example, the OP has 4 fish is a 40g. That's fully stocked?
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To me it is. Im sure i could add a couple more but i dont want my bioload to increasr. I want them to be comfortable too. That dottyback will go serial killer if i add another fish too. Lol. Each fish is different. My 2 clowns occupy only about a square ft.
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