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Old 01-26-2014, 07:53 PM   #31
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Chromis usually always drop off, some say that they kill each other after time, until theres 1 left. But no, they wont kill each other. IMO i would get 3 so that the 1 doesnt feel lonely.

Thats funny, because my chromis that ive had in my 100 gallon have been fine. I have 4 of them and they are as peaceful as can be. IMO, it was the water. But keep trying. Sometimes, we loose fish, but ive never heard of one dying that quick
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Thats funny, because my chromis that ive had in my 100 gallon have been fine. I have 4 of them and they are as peaceful as can be. IMO, it was the water. But keep trying. Sometimes, we loose fish, but ive never heard of one dying that quick
How long have you had them? Ive heard from about 20 people that their #s have decreased to 1 after a few months.

Im still going with the ammonia build up in the bag but we shall see.
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3 and a half months. I heard that too, and i usually never see more than 7 in a tank
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3 and a half months. I heard that too, and i usually never see more than 7 in a tank
Ive seen schools of 30 before. But yeah, more often than not, schools of about 5-10.
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Put the chromis in and he is doing great so far 😋
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Good. What do u plan to feed him?
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Good. What do u plan to feed him?

I have New Era Marine Pellets and I'm going to get more food to vary his diet. Anything you recommend as food for them?
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Ocean nutrition prime reef flakes is what i feed mine. I also give it to my clownfish.
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I'm planning to feed them every other day. How often do you feed them?
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How long have you had them? Ive heard from about 20 people that their #s have decreased to 1 after a few months.

Im still going with the ammonia build up in the bag but we shall see.

Hopefully it's not ammonia build up on the bag and he lives this time 😁
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