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Old 08-01-2013, 02:32 AM   #21
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Losing a lot of money and its not like I don't get attached to these fish .... I've been trying forever to get 1 happy tank ...... so unless someone wants to bless this 18 yr old rookie with 1000 $ in a 40 gal tank with a 500 $ petco gift card my tang 3 tank bred (one is black) 2 green spotted puffers and snowflake eel are staying
Sorry man, I know its hard to be patient in this hobby, especially at 18 years old...

One clown will die if you keep 3 and your tang will not thrive

You can't force the situation to work just because you want it to..
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If I add another black clown that would give him a pair then they won't fight right ?
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Nope it doesn't work like that, your tank is just not big enough for more than two clowns i am afraid. Adding another will ensure a bloodbath. I would be listening to all of the above advice so you can have a successful reef tank, re home the tang and return a clown, there are plenty of awesome fish out there that would suit. Ask here before buying any livestock - it will save you money and heartache down the road...
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They've been fine for now so .... idk
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Carry on then...
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I like tour response hessel
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May I ask what lighting you are using at the moment?
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A Blue light for my corals !
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I see that the color is blue, but I am curious about its potency. You know you need pretty strong light for corals and anemones, right?
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I bought it from my Lfs strictly for my corals
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