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Old 10-04-2003, 03:36 PM   #11
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I have three green chromis in my 55 and I love them. Hungry little buggers they are!

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Old 10-04-2003, 03:47 PM   #12
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i would get some green chromis but i feel my tank is stocked with enuff fish my lfs has a 500gal display tank with about 20 green chromis and they look great schooling together.
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yeah sorry i just want to make sure that somebody replies, as i think its the best way to get info from other fish keppers instead of retailers who want to sell you the thing with the most profit as quickly as possible, never min what it does in the tank?
That is so true, thats why I suggest for you to go to Liveaquaria.com & click on the compatability icon which will show you who are able to live together & not.
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yeah thats what seems to be happening, the dwarf angles are okay with clowns and tangs, and the tangs are okay with dwarf angles and clowns, but i have to be caution with the two dwarf angles and the two tangs?

see i am stuck, but from what everybody has said and what i have seen in other peoples tanks, i think the tangs will be okay as they are so different and the dwarf angles if i add them when small and the same time, i hope they will be okay?, i have a feeling they will be okay as they will grow up with each othere so should be used to each other, and as my tank has limke little coral attols there should be loads of running and hiding places are needed?
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Old 10-04-2003, 05:19 PM   #15
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I'd go with the chromis and not the damsels...the damsels are pretty agressive. The chromis's aren't nearly as agressive. the damsels could go after your clownfish and tang when they get larger. Be careful with the clowns too, more than 1 clown can be scary. I have a percula and sabae and they chase each other around.
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Old 10-04-2003, 05:41 PM   #16
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oh right i hadnt thought of that one, uhhhhhh, another one to think of, so should i get the two clowns from the same tank that they are in the retail shop, if that makes sense, from the same tank? and should they be similar size or different sizes?
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