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Old 09-04-2011, 12:33 AM   #51
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You need to stick to a strict list and STICK TO IT! lol it is tempting to buy some things based on lfs guy's info, but thats always wrong. research what you want on the internet beforehand. what exactly are you going to buy?
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:35 AM   #52
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Well, I was going to look at the soft corals they had, and maybe purchase a B&W Clown. I also may pick up something for my freshwater but we'll see.
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:36 AM   #53
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1. I would buy some base rock
2. I would buy some soft corals like Green Star Polyps or Zoanthids
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:36 AM   #54
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Also the clown would certainly be my last fish.....
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:37 AM   #55
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Well, I was going to look at the soft corals they had, and maybe purchase a B&W Clown. I also may pick up something for my freshwater but we'll see.
Don't mix different clown species. They will fight. It is not if, but when.
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1. I would buy some base rock
2. I would buy some soft corals like Green Star Polyps or Zoanthids
Yea, I'm hoping they have some rock, if I do get vase rock, what do I need to do to clean it?
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Don't mix different clown species. They will fight. It is not if, but when.
Ohh, I heard that an occelaris clown will get along with a BW ocellaris because the are both ocellaris
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I would also get one much smaller than my current one so it would reduce the risk of fighting.
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I seriously would go against that. They can be friends, but sometimes fight. you would need a tank as large as mine to diffuse the aggresion between them. Especially as you added the ocellaris before the B&W, which means your current clown has established territory already.
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I seriously would go against that. They can be friends, but sometimes fight. you would need a tank as large as mine to diffuse the aggresion between them. Especially as you added the ocellaris before the B&W, which means your current clown has established territory already.
Would it help if I rearranged the rockwork? Or if I took my current one out and then added them both at the same time?
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