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Old 10-12-2010, 09:08 AM   #11
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Clown loaches can get to about 11" big
So i think 245gal is pretty good!
takes a good time but they do get way larger then that.

they also are a schooling fish the more of them the better.
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takes a good time but they do get way larger then that.

they also are a schooling fish the more of them the better.
Do they really oh wow
But with a 245gal you could put a substantial group ion there
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Do they really oh wow
But with a 245gal you could put a substantial group ion there
you could, but then there is the issue of the other fish
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sorry all , for takin so long on getting back , but we are in the middle of harvest, anyways the clown fish is a fresh water, the thing i was woundering how they get along with everything, i have been noticing that he does not seem to get along with our ghost knife fish, so i was woundering how they temp is, but they really are kinda a weird looking fish , lol , kinda like a mouse face, lol
There are many different fresh water fish referred to as "clown fish". Google Clown Loach, and Clown Knife if you are not sure. Those two are likely to be it if I have judged your setup correctly.

Once we know more specifically than "clown fish" we can give you the best advice
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