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Old 04-19-2014, 07:07 PM   #31
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I say go for it as well. I did the same with clowns. Same family of fish. Each week they pick one each other at random. It's pretty funny. But nothing bad. I have 6 total.
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Old 04-20-2014, 12:57 PM   #32
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I say go for it as well. I did the same with clowns. Same family of fish. Each week they pick one each other at random. It's pretty funny. But nothing bad. I have 6 total.
So you have 6 of the same species of clown? Or a mix?
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Old 04-20-2014, 02:42 PM   #33
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1 clarki
1 tomatoe
1 maroon
1 black ocellaris
1 standard ocellaris
1 blood red ocellaris

Everyone gets along fine as they do in the wild.
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Old 04-20-2014, 08:26 PM   #34
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1 clarki
1 tomatoe
1 maroon
1 black ocellaris
1 standard ocellaris
1 blood red ocellaris

Everyone gets along fine as they do in the wild.
What does your other stock look like?
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Old 04-20-2014, 09:10 PM   #35
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One yellow tang
Two small damsels
Mandarin

The rest corals.
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One yellow tang
Two small damsels
Mandarin

The rest corals.
In what size tank?
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It's a 55g.
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Mixed Damsel Reef.. Opinions..!

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It's a 55g.
That is crazily overstocked. The tang needs a 75-90 gallon. How long has it been set up?
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Blaa blah blaaa.. I'm not here for the tang police. I'm not going to even entertain this. All my fish are small and everyone is happy. By the time my tang gets too big I will have him in a 150g. But until then everything in my tang is great. Everything is growing well, all fish are eating well, no fish are stressed. Jeez. Why is it that when someone mentions yellow tang the cops gotta come out?
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Blaa blah blaaa.. I'm not here for the tang police. I'm not going to even entertain this. All my fish are small and everyone is happy. By the time my tang gets too big I will have him in a 150g. But until then everything in my tang is great. Everything is growing well, all fish are eating well, no fish are stressed. Jeez. Why is it that when someone mentions yellow tang the cops gotta come out?
It's not just the tang. I'm glad he will get a bigger tank, but 6 clowns, a tang, dragonette, and two damsels? You must have a heck of a filtration system and have a crazy wc schedule to keep up with these guys!
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