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Old 08-31-2015, 03:28 PM   #11
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I'm just gonna go with 1 blue damsel. The tank was for invertebrates anyway. But still, as I said before, my lfs has damsels and clowns (all different damsel and clown species)(ocellaris, tomato, skunk, saddle clowns, yellowtail, blue, green, 3 stripe damsels and more) all in the same tank. So if I got a clown and blue damsel from that 1 tank why wouldn't they be fine together? I believe that tank is the "tank bred" fish tank as they are keeping all those different species together.
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Old 08-31-2015, 04:07 PM   #12
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If you think $20 is expensive for a sw fish you may not want to continue further into sw...lol. Let's just say it isn't for the faint of wallet


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$20. for 2 clowns thats a good deal
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$20. for 2 clowns thats a good deal
No they're over $20 for 1. So probably like $45 for 2.

And I don't think $20 is expensive for a saltwater fish, but as I've already stated multiple times I have to keep this cheap with fish like a clown, damsel, green chromis, royal gramma, firefish, or clown goby, which are all cheaper in terms of saltwater.
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Well, that isn't that bad of a deal still. I personally always think a pair of clowns is a must for any tank that meets the size requirements to keep them.
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Well, that isn't that bad of a deal still. I personally always think a pair of clowns is a must for any tank that meets the size requirements to keep them.
I really want a pair of clowns, but my mom is not a fan of fish so I can't get fish that are like more than $15 so even 1 clown would be pushing it. The most expensive fish I have was $36 and that was as a gift.

I have to pay for this whole thing myself and my parents will cover whatever's left (I don't have a huge stash of cash). I still need a lot of equipment and things too I don't even know how much I'll have left for actual livestock.
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