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Old 01-27-2012, 05:08 PM   #11
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ok i found the missing clown remains and removed them. all that was left after one day of missing was bones.. i think he got stung by the new tube nem i put in the tank...and was devoured after pining himself in the back.

but here is the new guy in his drip bucket...
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Old 01-27-2012, 05:11 PM   #12
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awww, he is so cute! I LOVE clowns when they are tiny, they are just adorable! LOL Cute but in a different way when they grow up.
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he is black and white,but has a little orange or red on his mouth.

i wanted a bigger one but he only had one big one and he said it was paired up with another clown already...and he didnt want to break them up
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ok he's home... and he's already interested in the nems.. took like 3 months for the other clowns to care about the nems,and a few minutes for him.





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Old 01-27-2012, 09:25 PM   #15
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Great question Bigford84.
I was wondering about the same thing.

I am buying a carpet anemone that comes with black/white clown. But I do already have a pair of ocellaris.
How would that work? Would it be ok?
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no i dont think your situation will work.. the pair you already have will more then likely beat up the new clown.. but im not an expert,thats just what iv been told.
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I agree, a third man out situation wont be good for the left out fish. The other two might decide its open season on the 3rd clown. :-(
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ok he's home... and he's already interested in the nems.. took like 3 months for the other clowns to care about the nems,and a few minutes for him.





Very cute Clownfish! I have a regular oscellaris with a black and white one. I love them!

Nice tank by the way,
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Thanks I will keep the third fish out than.

In ur opinion which is easy to take care and safer for the goby's in my tank.
Carpet anemone or rose bubble tip.

I had 2 weeks with an Condy anemone wasn't good.
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