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Old 07-26-2011, 11:37 PM   #41
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Okay.
How do you guys think 1 damsel 2 osc. Clowns a cleaner shrimp and a clean up crew would do in my 35g
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Old 07-27-2011, 02:00 AM   #42
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Damsels can get aggressive..just a warning
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Old 07-27-2011, 10:57 AM   #43
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I think there will be a battle royalle and one fish will survive. Unless the clowns are a pair. Check out gobies or blennies for a small tank. They are more interesting species anyway.

I have a mean clown that was alone in a small tank. I put him in my 33 with a coral beauty, and the beauty has nipped off his top fin. Getting the tanks established in a new office to put him back in solitary.
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I also vote for a goby or blenny. The damsel may give you nothing but trouble down the line.
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Old 07-27-2011, 11:39 AM   #45
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thanks Carey. How about both a blennie and a goby their both pretty adorable
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How big is the tank again?
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I think you could get both a goby and a blenny. And of course your two clowns. Plus you can add some shrimp and other inverts too.

Hope that helps.

There are sooo many blenny's I wish I could have them all! LOL
The midas and the lawnmower are my favorites. Gobies are great too, I have a yellow watchman who hides all the time and a pink spotted one that chills on the sandbed all day.
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Go with a goby & shrimp combo.

Adding a royal gramma will add a splash of color to ur tank. (see mine. Love it)
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If you get the goby/shrimp combo make sure they are a bonded pair and you will have tons of enjoyment from them.
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