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Old 12-20-2012, 11:03 PM   #11
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:07 AM   #12
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No tangs in a 20 unless that's us it's QT or b/c it's too small to go into a more suitable tank that you already have set up.
For example, a "tiny" hippo who needs specialized and closely monitored conditions but only until its about 1 - 1 1/4inch.
And yes a pair of clowns are great for a 20gl but basically as the main fish with only 1 or 2 pretty small fish.
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No tangs in a 20 unless that's us it's QT or b/c it's too small to go into a more suitable tank that you already have set up.
For example, a "tiny" hippo who needs specialized and closely monitored conditions but only until its about 1 - 1 1/4inch.
And yes a pair of clowns are great for a 20gl but basically as the main fish with only 1 or 2 pretty small fish.
So for fish:
Pair of clowns
Sissortail goby or wrasse
Watchmen goby or wrasse
(Only a total of 1wrasse)
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That sounds good to me, the scissor-tail might get a bit big though, how about a fire fish?
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That sounds good to me, the scissor-tail might get a bit big though, how about a fire fish?
2o.clowns
1six line wrasse
1scissor tail goby (ate you telling me not to or do I have a choice?)
1watch men goby or something else
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You have a choice, if your tank is a 20 long I think it would be better but depending on your rock work and size of everything once it's grown some it may look like a tight fit IMO
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You have a choice, if your tank is a 20 long I think it would be better but depending on your rock work and size of everything once it's grown some it may look like a tight fit IMO
It's a tall
2clowns
1 small wrasse or dragonet
1 scissor tail goby
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A type of starfish
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It's a tall
2clowns
1 small wrasse or dragonet
1 scissor tail goby
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A type of starfish
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