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Old 10-10-2012, 09:13 AM   #11
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If you have a sand get a watchman goby and ohh def going to need CUC but remember you add fish one or two at a time
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Old 10-10-2012, 09:15 AM   #12
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If you have a sand get a watchman goby and ohh def going to need CUC but remember you add fish one or two at a time
whats a CUC ?
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:04 AM   #13
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Clean up crew that does the cleaning for your sand and rocks and fish lol!! Snails, crabs, shrimps are you clean up crew

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ahh ok cool yeah i think i will get some of them
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Zoas and mushrooms are good beginner corals. Don't need a lot of light and there's a huge selection/stunning colors!
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Zoas and mushrooms are good beginner corals. Don't need a lot of light and there's a huge selection/stunning colors!
would i need an anemone for the clown fish ?
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would i need an anemone for the clown fish ?
nope they will do just fine without one
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would i need an anemone for the clown fish ?
Clowns don't need anemone. While they are nice together clowns will be fine without one. Plus anemones need a mature tank most suggest a tank that is at least 6 months to a year old.
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Clowns don't need anemone. While they are nice together clowns will be fine without one. Plus anemones need a mature tank most suggest a tank that is at least 6 months to a year old.
ok thanks
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