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Old 07-11-2005, 06:29 PM   #1
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WOHOO - getting a mating pair of clowns

hopefully getting them friday....setting a drip tank for them to acc to

these are a pair of true percula
hopefully i wont have any issues cause from what i understand (did some research on this) this is really the best and safest way to have more then one clown fish in the tank

will post pics as soon as i get them
also have my VHO lights Im hookin up this week and my RO/DI system
so much going on LOL
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Cool! Post pics, I actually finally saw a couple of true Perculas at the lfs a few day ago. Sooooo wanted them, but already have clowns, wouldn't be fair to exchange and betray my babies!
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what is the best most compatible anemone for true perculas?
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Old 07-18-2005, 06:34 PM   #5
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ok...get this
i was supposed to get them friday
they never showed
fedex messed up the shipping....got them this morning and one was belly up and the other....so far so good...but my hopes arent good.
they guy i got them from felt bad and shipped out another pair priority overnite and ill get them tomorrow free of charge....now is that amazing or what
of course i dont know how 3 clowns will work in my tank....but i really doubt this some surviving clown will make it sad, what a trooper
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Sounds like I could use your third clown See my post "clown fish vanished" ! (mine are true perculas also, tank bred)
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well....ill see how they work in my tank....i need to change my sig....i did the calulatins and my tnak is really a 90 + according to the measurements
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they got here tis morning and acclimated them for about 4 hrs....just transfered them to my main and so far so good
the one that came yesterday is disappeared...but probably hiding
lights are off until all of them get used to the new enviroment
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Hopefully the one that survived isn't the female 8O

..else you'll have an epic battle going on.

Otherwise, if the male did survive, you'll have a male, a subordinant and a female. Woot! 8)
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Where did you purchase them from?

PS. Pics please!
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