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Old 08-08-2011, 12:37 AM   #11
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i believe for the most part you can, but some are more aggressive than others...i can speak for the Maroon and Yellow clown.. he steals food from my triggers and they dont even chanse him..

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Well done on resisting the impulse buy... sweetlips = MAHOOSIVE very quickly but agreed, a beautiful fish!
Just curious, what clowns were you thinking?

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The black and White common and the maroon and yellow, I do like the tomato clown but I've seen one that is quite aggressive! Choices choices!
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im currenlty have an ocellaris, hes housed with a gramma, damsel and dragonet plus a peppermint shrimp :P he does great with the community, im going to add a designer clown within a few weeks to pair him up ill tell you how it goes!
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Old 08-08-2011, 12:02 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by oO BRIGHTY Oo
Just fell in love with a spotted sweetlips I have seen at a lfs near me, but don't think I can have it as I've heard they get really big very quickly!

As for our first addition of fish to our tank, I have a question to anybody who has a view, we will be getting two clowns as our first, could we get two different clown species and they would be ok together?!
There always is that chance of everything not going well when mixing species of clowns. They are labeled as semi-aggressive, it is said that they will fight till only one species remains, but that is not always the case. But there is still that chance.

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