Just curious about the numbers for having clownfish. Not sure as I read that you should only have even numbers then at the LFS
I was told 3 is better than four.
I guess I should say that what we are wanting to do is a tank, it's 120g SW
and hope to add corals down the road. We at the point of just finishing the plumbing and adding live rock, then cleaner crew then adding 4 clownfish, 1 yellow tang, 1 hippo/blue tang, maybe a royal gamma and just see where that goes (all with appropriate qt time and slowly adding all this)
So is four clownfish better than three? Or is it better for the community to just have 2?
As for the anemone I understand corals need more exacting conditions and care but what is it that needs to be done. I know that clownfish in an aquarium do not need a host and when one is added later they may or may not bond with it. I was listening to a podcast and they mentioned that the chances are better if one is added at the same time. What are the opinions of that?
Do corals need to be quarantined as well? Cleaner crew QT?
I know this was long girls and guys but just making sure. Thanks...