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Old 12-23-2013, 04:50 AM   #1
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Tomato vs Clarkii clown

Just bought another tank with fish and some corals included ( to be picked up). I have two clarkii clowns already- each hosting their own BTA. The new tank comes with some stock including 1 (much smaller ) BTA and 2 tomato clowns which I observed messing up the sand- mine don't do that? Can I house the two breeds in the same tank or do I need to sell a pair so I can sell my existing tank? The new tank is 300 litres.

Also..I took 2 fish home already and a small piece of rock with 2 tiny leathers on it. There were white particles attached which looked like sand considering the clowns were messy. That was Sat- today is Monday and I now have hard white grains stuck on my glass- every side? Any idea? I had to use my fingernail to get them off as the magnetic cleaner struggled.

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