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Old 04-15-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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I have a 29 gal bio cube I currently only have 1 gold banded maroon clown, I plan to get 2 more fish both small, 1 bubble tip anemone, 1 blue linkia star, 7 snails nassarius and margarita, 8 hermits blue leg and scarlett, 1 green emeral crab, 1 cleaner shrimp. I would like to know if I need more clean up crew. If so any recommendation would b appreciated thanks in advance.
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Old 04-15-2011, 12:13 PM   #2
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Moving this to the SW reef general discussion forum.
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In my opinion your good on cuc. You have a good mix too.
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For that size tank I would think that the CUC described would be enough. One side note is that a linknia in a smaller tank like that willl probably starve to death. They need to be in a larger tank. They feed off of microbes and they would quickly disapear in that size tank.
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Thanks for feedback. Is there any supplements that would benefit my blue star he seems to b very healthy and does not travel much I assumed that he is getting plenty of what he wants or would b moving about the tank in search of a food supply
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