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Old 01-05-2012, 04:43 PM   #11
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I assume you have covers on your tank? Thats something i havent been thinking about with fish that are prone to jump.
Fish in my 75 with lps and softies are
1 clown
1 kole tang
3 pj cardinals
1 flame angel
All these fish get along great and i dont want any added stress at this point, so as one last fish, i would like something that would fit in and not jump out...
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Old 01-05-2012, 05:02 PM   #12
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I will be getting my 6 line next week. He will be my final addition to my tank. My tank has all the territories set up and all of my fish get along. My clown, royal gamma, and neon goby are the "3 best friends that anyone could have" of my tank. They hang out and swim together all day long. I just added a Chalk Bass and love it. He had a great hole to hide in until he was comfortable, and now he is hanging out in the front with everyone else. He's not a member of the wolfpack though.
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Old 01-05-2012, 05:07 PM   #13
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I was looking at a chalk basslet last week at local lfs really cool fish but owner said if i liked the cleaner and fire shrimp i had that wouldnt be the wisest decision'.
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...how big was that bass?! Mine isn't the biggest in the world...but then again none of the fish that I have in my 36 gal are...my royal gamma is the largest and he is only as long as my coral banded shrimp.
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I only put a cover on the 72 for the first week or so after adding a new fish, then I take it off.
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Good,maybe thats the way ill go. Could cover for a few weeks.
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The basslet wasnt very big, but fish guy said that shrimp might be a meal anyway especially when they are molting???
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