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Old 12-07-2014, 06:00 PM   #1
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Would it be okay to add 2 clownish to my tank after its been cycled?

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What type of clowns and what size tank ?


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Buy a mated pair. If you tank is big enough. I bought mine seperate and they are still trying to pair after like 8 months.

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Buy a mated pair. If you tank is big enough. I bought mine seperate and they are still trying to pair after like 8 months.

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Think you mean bonded pair, mated pairs of clowns usually go for big $$ compared to non breeding pairs.

As to the ops question, some info on the system would help, size, age, filtration, maintenance, etc ?
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Think you mean bonded pair, mated pairs of clowns usually go for big $$ compared to non breeding pairs.

As to the ops question, some info on the system would help, size, age, filtration, maintenance, etc ?
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As to the ops question, some info on the system would help, size, age, filtration, maintenance, etc ?
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That's why I specifically asked about species and tank size. Op has another thread about an stocking an 8g nano.


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That's why I specifically asked about species and tank size. Op has another thread about an stocking an 8g nano.


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Ahh yes, I've even responded to said thread . I guess I'll say the same thing here, 3 fish in an 8g tank is overstocked.


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I just want to do 2 ocellaris clowns and I'd rather put them in as a pair

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In an effort not to be rude here's what I see. It's apparent from the other thread you'll do as you wish, but here's some more advisable stocking needs for them from multiple sources. https://www.google.com/search?q=ocel...&client=safari


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