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Old 04-13-2011, 02:29 PM   #1
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lawnmower Blenny- do I need more than one?

i was just messing around on AqAdvisor site and found that you can check saltwater fish too! So I put everything I have into the program and it tells me lawnmower/algae blennies are best in pairs. Is that accurate? According to the site I am 86% stocked. I was looking for another fish or two so is another blenny needed?

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can i have that link for that site i would like to check it out
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AqAdvisor - Intelligent Saltwater Aquarium Stocking Calculator and Aquarium Tank/Filter Advisor

Its really cool! lol
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Thanks a bunch
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i have never heard of that. all of the tanks i've ever seen that kept them, only kept one. i don't know for sure about keeping them in pairs, but i've not seen any ill effects from just keeping one either.
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Old 04-13-2011, 04:20 PM   #6
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excellent, was hoping i wasn't doing something wrong. lol
I don't know where that site gets their info from...
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Cool site, both of my tanks are stocked to 100% no more fishies for me, unless its in our large family tank, its only 40%
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that site doesnt have an anthia on the list i wanted to see if i got one how full my aquarium would be
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Do you have the scientific full name? i had to look up a few today myself...
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