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Old 03-18-2010, 06:00 AM   #11
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Clowns are worse in pairs but this aggresion can be reduced and almost eliminated by adding the clown last.
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Old 03-18-2010, 06:03 AM   #12
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okay, ill take both of your advices... thank you! Though its a great starter fish right? I might just get a damsel then.

though is the filter good? lol or the specs dont match ho it looks? I've seen pctures of it with macro algae in the middle of it where theres space
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Damsels are worse. A great start fish is something like a Blenny or Goby. Peaceful, hardy and fun to watch.
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oh noes I've been reading false information then >_<. hmm thats good too lol, gobies are fun to watch haha. But almost any goby but manderin(and spotted) right? since they need established tanks? (I hope this is right)
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Mandarins are actually Dragonets. But yeah that's completely right, a 125G tank at least a year old for a mandarin cause of the food they eat.
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the thing is you dont need a filter in a sw tank. your rocks are your filter. so your paying for a filter you wont use. if you plan on having any time of coral which you stated you are, your paying for a light you wont use. you can use that money to buy a 40g tank and lights you can use. 9 times out of 10 the package bundles like that are for people who dont know better. it looks good. it looks like it gives you everything you need. but your buyign stuff either you wont use at all or will quickly replace. its a semi money trap. it gets you into the hobby and once your in your more willing to spend more to get what you need. you might as well just get what you need the first time and save yourself some money,
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phew okay! Thank you! I dont want to possibly starve anything or kill it because i dont have the rightstuff in my tank right now
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