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Old 08-17-2012, 02:00 AM   #21
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Check out good ole Percula clownfish or nano perculas.. They are about 1/3 the size and still have the same exact look. Whatever you do stay away from the Maroon an Yellows, too big amd aggressive
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Could I get 2 percularis clowns instead?? Any idea on shrimp? And is everything else good?
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Could I get 2 percularis clowns instead?? Any idea on shrimp? And is everything else good?
I have a 16G bowfront that just got cycled and people on here keep telling me 2 occy clowns would be too much :/ I mean obviously everyone is entitled to there own opinion so who knows.

What kind of lighting do you have?? Anemones need a really good T5 HO to thrive I've heard. Only reason I say this is bc I wanted to get a bubble tip anemone and then found out my light wasn't good enough for one.
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I plan on stocking my tank with
1 occy clown
1 court jester goby
1 pygmy wrasse
1 firefish
CUC

Then in the future, corals of course

EDIT: if I could I would put 2 occy clowns in mine, still debating
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Awsome!!! But yes I have very good lighting. When I had freshwater tank I had plants that needed good light and they thrived!! Don't know the name of the lights though
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Awsome!!! But yes I have very good lighting. When I had freshwater tank I had plants that needed good light and they thrived!! Don't know the name of the lights though
Good deal, yeah I have a T5 HO light for my 180G freshwater and my plants are growing like no tomorrow wish I could afford a better light for my SW tank
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I wish I could have a pair of ocellaris clowns to
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Well, here's one thing you can do.. I know you only have a 10G tank so thats a lil tricky.. but stock your tank with your CUC, watch your numbers, add a clown, make sure the bioload isn't too much to handle and then if you wanted to, add another one BUT they would be the ONLY fish you could have in there and that's STILL pushing it. But its your tank so you do what u want with it.
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Actually it's a 14 gallon and when my freshwater fish get upgraded to a 40 gal( hopefully Christmas) then they will get upgraded to the 29 gal. So then I guess I can have my pair
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Actually it's a 14 gallon and when my freshwater fish get upgraded to a 40 gal( hopefully Christmas) then they will get upgraded to the 29 gal. So then I guess I can have my pair
Oh then that would work perfectly you get your pair
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