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Old 04-23-2005, 01:49 PM   #1
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Is My Aquarium Safe ?

I bought a little emerald crab yesterday for my 10 gallon, I bought him because I have bubble Algae , I also bought a bluefin damsel , in the future I plan on putting in coral and shrimp and etc will my emerald crab disturb the tank ?
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I have two in my 90g and have never had any problems. In fact I almost never see them.
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I think you'll have a bigger problem down the road with that damsel than you'll have with that emerald! My 3 are pretty much a no brainer. Like Kat I only see them if I'm looking for them.
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you should have no problems there. but be careful when adding fish. that damsel probibly won't like it. ( you probibly won't be able to add more than one fish anyway.)
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i think it just depends i read in another post on here some where they have their emrald attack corals and fish once they were bigger. but i havent had a problem with mine
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I've seen mine go after a fish that was swimming too close to his cave. But he just put his claw out, and the clown darted off. The only time I ever see mine is at night.
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