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Old 08-23-2008, 11:54 AM   #11
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sallylight foots can gt far to bold and if the opportunity is given the will eat your fish, ,as wellas the green brittle star. i agree with roka64 on th pistol shrimp goby combo, it is very interesting. you could even consider getting a pair of clowns.
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Ooooh, nice, Mcluett, I forgot to add that! Clowns are one of my favs!
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i love the clowns, i got my two on order now and am just waiting for them to come in at the LFS. they can be very personable and add alot to a tank, not to mention the are very peaceful.
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Thanks guys I was thinking A Black and White Clown and the more Popular Clown...
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be careful i am not sure if the black and white false percs and the orange false percs will pair up and that can mean lots of fighting. roka64 may know more about that then me.
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Yeah, you may not want to add two different kinds. It's way cooler to see them pair up (same species) and they might breed.
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