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Old 01-02-2012, 10:51 AM   #811
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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.
I put my royal gamma in my tank first and he hasn't had a problem with any of the fish I have in the tank. It will really depend on the fishes personality. I had one lawn mower blenny that never bothered anything. He was big when I got him when he died I got another one he is very aggressive and actually took the clowns fin in its mouth and tried to rip it off. Poor clown fish swam around with the fin tucked to its side for a few minutes.

It is any bodies bet which fish will get along that is why it is so important to take it slow.
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Old 01-02-2012, 11:30 AM   #812
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I put my royal gamma in my tank first and he hasn't had a problem with any of the fish I have in the tank. It will really depend on the fishes personality. I had one lawn mower blenny that never bothered anything. He was big when I got him when he died I got another one he is very aggressive and actually took the clowns fin in its mouth and tried to rip it off. Poor clown fish swam around with the fin tucked to its side for a few minutes.

It is any bodies bet which fish will get along that is why it is so important to take it slow.
Oh so the grammas are usually more agressive huh? For that reason, last it is. I would hate to get my favorite fish only to find that he doesnt like friends lol

So should i add the clowns at the same time?
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Cleaner wrasse?
I'd strongly advise against this, very poor survival rate. They need a big tank with many big fish. They eat parasites of big fish in the wild. Not many live after a few months.

Look at flasher or peacock

And yes, add both clowns together
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I'd strongly advise against this, very poor survival rate. They need a big tank with many big fish. They eat parasites of big fish in the wild. Not many live after a few months.

Look at flasher or peacock

And yes, add both clowns together
I thought both those wrasse needed bugger tanks?

Ok, for the clowns should i make sure that i get two that are different sizes completly?
And even add them together if they are the tanks first two fish?
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I think your tank would be okay for a flasher wrasse.
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I think your tank would be okay for a flasher wrasse.
Cool, i like them all!

But which type? Yellowfin, McCosker's, line spot, red tail, Carpenters, or the blue flasher wrasse?

There are tons of options!
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Ok..we added the salt and ummm


We doing this right??

Also, for the filter, ac70, do we add all the stuff it came with? The carbon, sponge, and all of it?
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Ok..we added the salt and ummm

We doing this right??

Also, for the filter, ac70, do we add all the stuff it came with? The carbon, sponge, and all of it?
You can if you'd like or switch out some of the stuff. I run Fliter floss, carbon, and 2 sponges in all my HOBs
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You can if you'd like or switch out some of the stuff. I run Fliter floss, carbon, and 2 sponges in all my HOBs
Ok, i might run this stuff now and switch next time.

Does the tank look right? Is it supposed to be that cloudy?
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If you just added your water it sturred up the sand. No big deal. It'll clear up faster with the filtration.

Also, my Royal Gamma, Neon Goby, and my Clown are best friends. They swim infront of my tank all day. The goby hangs on my gamma and my clown has even started eating some mysis shrimp like the gamma and goby...
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