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Old 07-30-2013, 11:13 PM   #1
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Update/I just turned in my hawkfish and copperband butterfly for a yellow tailed blue

I just turned in my hawkfish and copperband butterfly for a yellow tailed blue tang now my tank has 3 tank bred clowns (ones black) 2 green spotted puffers ...do just fine in my reef tank a sea apple boxer shrimp emerald crab sebea anenome and a 6 dollar anenome a long with an assortment of coral ! Pretty gnarly
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Awesome can u get some pictures??Ņ
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:19 PM   #3
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My blue light makes it impossible to capture quality photographs
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Old 07-31-2013, 01:21 AM   #4
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Try a yellow filter or a piece of yellow lighting gel. What they use on stage lighting to project color lights. Maybe a binder cover made out of it to will work.
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Is that a typo ref 3 clowns? Eventually 2 will pair up and punk the other one till it dies
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So should get another ?
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You should get rid of one. If I recall they are all male and turn into females. The pair will be good but all the others will get stressed out. You should only ever have 2 clowns for smaller tanks.
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I have a 40 gal and there different kinds of clowns
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I would definitely stick with only 2 clowns. I had 2 pairs in a 6 foot tank and almost lost one pair due to the fighting. :-(

I see you traded on fish for a tang, the tank in your avatar is how big?? It looks like a small tank if so the tang may be a BAD choice. lol
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Tangs a baby now .... he'll be fine
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