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Old 02-04-2012, 01:32 PM   #11
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Yeah great water parameters depend on what you do with then tank mostly. Don't over feed and do water changes regularly.
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Old 02-04-2012, 01:43 PM   #12
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...and stock reasonably.
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Stock responsibly.... How many community fish you reccomend for a 55g I have 2 clowns and 2 chroomies.
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If you pick carefully I bet you could get another 3 fish. A nice blenny for the sandbed would be a good idea, love them blennies! LOL
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Yeah I was thinking about a blennie there cool. My decision was to get as many small community type fish as possible without overstocking comfortably because of all the colors.

Was also looking at the clown goby or Midas Benny? Or could I go for both?
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It depends on the fish.
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The midas gets kinda big actually, about 5 inches.....Clown gobies are fine, I have a couple and love them!
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