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Old 01-02-2012, 12:04 AM   #801
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I've heard a lot about clowns, like that their hermaphrodites and it doesn't matter because one will turn male and be more dominant so it wont really matter. I've also heard they need to be paired for it to work which clashes with the other theory so I'm not sure. I don't think it will matter as long as their equal in size but I could be way off. Grammas are hardy. They are a great beginner fish recommended to a lot of people.
Hmm.. Ya iv always heard that clowns should be added together, and if the are not way different sizes that they will fight

I actually might go for a gramms first...they are probably my favorite nano fish
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No don't get gramma first, get it last! As once it gets it's territory, it won't like many new fish.
I would add the 2 clowns first personally.
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1 Ocerellis clownfish
1 B&W Clownfish
1 Midas blenny
1 Orange striped prawn goby
1 gramma
1 bangaii cardinal

I would do clowns first
bangaii second
prawn goby third
midas blenny fourth
royal gramma last
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1 Ocerellis clownfish
1 B&W Clownfish
1 Midas blenny
1 Orange striped prawn goby
1 gramma
1 bangaii cardinal

I would do clowns first
bangaii second
prawn goby third
midas blenny fourth
royal gramma last
Thank you very much fishy!

Cool guys! Any fish suggestions instead of the bangaii? Im sort of rethinking that one
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Thank you very much fishy!

Cool guys! Any fish suggestions instead of the bangaii? Im sort of rethinking that one
A dartfish maybe?
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A dartfish maybe?
I would get a scissortail dartfish, but i have never seen one in a store around here!

Maybe a purple firefish..but same story, they arent very active right?
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I would get a scissortail dartfish, but i have never seen one in a store around here!

Maybe a purple firefish..but same story, they arent very active right?
Cleaner wrasse?
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Cleaner wrasse?
We are getting closer, i like that one

I used to kinda want a six line, but then when i saw them in person i kinda disliked them...somthing about their little eyes lol

Are the wrasse active fish?
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We are getting closer, i like that one

I used to kinda want a six line, but then when i saw them in person i kinda disliked them...somthing about their little eyes lol

Are the wrasse active fish?
Yep they are. So active they jump out your tank so keep it covered.
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Haha cool ill look into one of those
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