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Old 04-25-2005, 03:01 PM   #1
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Good Choices?

I currently have 1 blue fin bamsel 1 emerald crab , reef hermits and snails

Here is what I want to for my nano 10 gallon

Little coral banded shrimp
featherduster
corals
possibly a porcelain crab

Does it sound good?
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IMO I would toss the damsel, get a small blue or yellow tang just in case a little algae forms
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For a 10g nano? I'd stick with the damsel! I've heard mixed reviews on the CBS, but I don't remember what the down sides were. I'd go with a skunk, just because I like them so much! Good luck with your decision!
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I would skip the CBS in a nano. It is tight quarters for one of these. I also would get rid of the damsel and try a peppermint or skunk ccleaner.
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Yea, thats what I was thinking ,peppermints get rid of aiptisa and thats a plus, if I see that the tank is going well and everything looks healthy I will add a skunk cleaner because they are costly

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What kinds of fish can you really keep in a 10g or less. The compatibility chart on the home page doesn't list any for smaller than 30g. I would be interested in knowing which ones.
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damsel, small goby, small clown.....
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