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Old 04-11-2013, 11:46 AM   #11
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My clarki's won't swim together either :/ but the clown divorce rate is rather high in the clown world.
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Old 04-11-2013, 06:12 PM   #12
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My clarki's won't swim together either :/ but the clown divorce rate is rather high in the clown world.
Lol! Well I recently got my tiny clown his own Nem & he is very happy about it so even tho they are divorced he still has something to be happy about I guess lol wonder if I could add a 3rd clown without ruining my existing clowns lives haha!
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Lol! Well I recently got my tiny clown his own Nem & he is very happy about it so even tho they are divorced he still has something to be happy about I guess lol wonder if I could add a 3rd clown without ruining my existing clowns lives haha!
It's possible but I'd add two of the same breed you already have and make sure they are smaller than your exsiting pair to ensure that they are male.
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It's possible but I'd add two of the same breed you already have and make sure they are smaller than your exsiting pair to ensure that they are male.
Thanks! Yea I would def get another Clarkii, they are my favorite! Is a 75g enough room for 4 clowns?
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Yea a 75 should be big enough with caution. Just watch them closely while territories are being established.
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Yea a 75 should be big enough with caution. Just watch them closely while territories are being established.
Ok, I do have my 150g predator build going up here in the next couple months so I can move a pair out if it gets rough, thanks for the help! Really wanted to do black clowns in tht tank, could I possibly do 1 pair Clarkii & 1 pair Black in a 5ftx2ftx2ft tank?
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Ok, I do have my 150g predator build going up here in the next couple months so I can move a pair out if it gets rough, thanks for the help! Really wanted to do black clowns in tht tank, could I possibly do 1 pair Clarkii & 1 pair Black in a 5ftx2ftx2ft tank?
They should be ok if introduced all four at one time as clarkii are more aggressive than the black ocellaris but 125 and a few nems on both sides should be fine
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