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Old 08-08-2011, 05:12 PM   #1
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was given a 10 or 15g aquarium

My cuz just was given a 10 or 15g aquarium and im gunna help him out any suggestions for stocking a tank that small ps-he likes clowns so if you could just lemme know any cool fish that he can get that would be great!
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Old 08-09-2011, 11:34 AM   #2
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Hi. Youre kinda limited with that small of a tank. If it's 15g you can probably squeeze in a pair of clowns. Ina 10g though, I wouldnt put in 2 clowns. Maybe a single clown and a small fish and then some shrimp and inverts.
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I had 2 small clowns in a 10 for over a year. I believe if its big enough for one its big enough for two since they are gonna pair up and share territory anyway.
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LOL, still 30g is usually recommended for a pair of clowns. I'm really liberal when I stock but there are limits hehe.... Those clowns will grow and grow til there's nothing but clown fish you can see in a 10g.
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Thanks he decided to buy a 30g and he said if i help him wit it he will give me his 10g for my QT cuz im starting a 37g reef soon! Im so lucky cuz i wanted to help him do it anyway! Lol
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