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Old 02-04-2009, 08:31 AM   #11
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I'd consider returning the two newbies. More clowns of essentially the same type is asking for a fight IMO. In the meantime, I'd put some Garlic Guard and vitamin/Zoe in the food to boost the immune system The harrasment and fighting could cause someone to get sick.
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Old 02-04-2009, 06:17 PM   #12
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I'd consider returning the two newbies. More clowns of essentially the same type is asking for a fight IMO. In the meantime, I'd put some Garlic Guard and vitamin/Zoe in the food to boost the immune system The harrasment and fighting could cause someone to get sick.
I realize that multiples of the same species is asking for trouble, but the entire reason I got ocellaris is because they are supposed to be compatible in groups. I would have otherwise gone with gold band maroons, but I heard they were terrors. I suspect my biggest sin is adding smaller specimens after the original two were established. Guess I'll find out when I get home tonight.
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Lucked out. They're best of buddies today. The black and white ocellaris sure are cute little guys. Blue tang and yellow tang are buds too.
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good to know that they are okay in ur tank
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