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Old 11-12-2003, 01:42 PM   #11
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agreed. my first fish was two tomato clowns and that was almost 1.5 years ago they are still going strong and cooler than ever to watch. i tried the whole damsel thing in my first 20 gallon and all it did was aggitate the other fish into jumping out of the aquarium. so i finally caught him one day and back to the lfs he went.
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I know some people like'em, most people hate'em, but damsels arew just so territorial. If you don't have a LOT of room for them, especially as small as they are, they will bug the other fish and cause undue stress, in a lot of cases. Not all, but a lot.

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