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Old 05-09-2011, 09:19 PM   #11
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15G? You could do one clown, not two. The gobies would be good, and add a pistol for the watchman if you wanted
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Will an ocellaris be fine by itself or does it need a partner
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:31 PM   #13
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It'll certainly be happy by itself
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Old 05-09-2011, 10:47 PM   #14
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Could I do one clown and a firefish or will the clown get too aggressive? Or is that too much bioload
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Old 05-09-2011, 10:49 PM   #15
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Also what about a pair if yellow tail damsels? I'm not sure what their tank requirements are
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Hmm, I think you could do it. But then again I tend to overstock so I may be in the wrong.

When I had a clown and my firefish the goby tended to hide a lot more. Not only are the clowns somewhat aggressive but the goby is pretty skiddish, make sure you have a tight-fitting top as well
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In that small of a tank, I don't think you'd see the firefish much, I'd think that clown would bully a bit and keep him hiding.
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Alright. What about the damsels? Do they need a larger tank? If not could I keep one clown and one yellow tail? I've read they're the most docile of the damsels.
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Yellow tails are aggressive . Though i have one now i started with two. They seem to be okay towards ny other fish it was only aggression towards each other.
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I would still get two they are so cheap and if there is a problem return one. Id say ur best best would be the goby fire combo with a pistol... i too like to over stock ..just keep in mind the pwc u will be doing
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