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Old 03-09-2011, 03:13 PM   #11
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I can handle a dominoe and a black ice snowflake combo, or even a black and and well still a black ice snowflake!!!
Thanks, for that I have looked at the ora page many times, I didnt even think to look and see the type listing... which is why I was like "why would the color matter if it's the same fish???"
anyhow thanks once again guys this will solve a problem that I'm sure would have come up in the future.
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Just make sure you hold it at 2 and it will be ok. There will be a fight over dominance but that should work itself out. At least your wife will be half happy having one black clown.
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Yeah, I knew about the dominance thing... dom turns female next in line is male then the harem of juve's. and that's where this thread really started, cuz according to the 1/3in/gal rule 29 just fits (well the tank I'm looking at is 34 with sump). I can settle for 2 clowns and look for some other small fish.

@george I dont know if it's considered a biocube, but its the redsea max 130d. (not purchased yet, but top on my list)
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That 1/3" is really old hat. A clownfish is a Damsel and as such will take over your whole tank in due time. Saltwater fish are alot more territorial then freshwater fish.
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