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Old 07-19-2010, 01:03 AM   #181
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And one of the few things i cant seem to do on my phone is give rep points. Next timei actually get on my compter i owe you too for your input. Ty
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Old 07-25-2010, 08:44 AM   #182
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Well im putting a shopping cart together and need to know what basic supplys i need. Most importantly what kinda food to get
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Old 07-26-2010, 12:06 AM   #183
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Just get a variaty of flake, pellet and frozen food and mix it up. The fish will love the different foods and you will get peace of mind.
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Mix it up as in mix it all together or like mix it up and feed them diffrent stuff on diffrent days?
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Feed them different stuff all at once... (the reason I say this is, in the ocean they have a large variety of food they can consume... as you feed watch to see what doesn't get eaten and eliminate that from your mix)
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I would feed different stuff on different days. Unless you are only getting certain fish that eat certain things.
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So get maybe 3 diffrent foods? One flake one pellet andmaybe one frozen and do one monday, other on wesday and last one on fridays?
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So get maybe 3 diffrent foods? One flake one pellet andmaybe one frozen and do one monday, other on wesday and last one on fridays?
That is what I do. No one or no fish would like to eat only lettuce everyday. And once a week soak your food in Selcon or some other Vitamin liquid,
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I know i want a pair of clowns. Is there clowns that tend to be least aggressive. I know maroon and clarkies tend to be overly aggressive. And i know clowns are damsels which tend to be fairly agressive fish. And i know clowns are weird and can never tell what they will do. But which kind tend to be most easy going?
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The standard O. Clowns are usually the most passive.

Edit: also there are some color variants of them that are all the same thing. There are black ocellaris clowns that are pretty sharp looking.
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