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Old 08-04-2011, 12:07 AM   #1
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My first Green Damsel added!!!

Well my Damsel seems to be alive and well so far. Going to give it a week see if it makes it test the water probably saturday or sunday, and keep an eye on it.

If this goes well after a week and all water is still in check, clown fish would be a good choice for my next fish right?

Any thoughts/considerations?
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Bump up top:

would a clown fish be a good choice for the next fish to add?
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Old 08-04-2011, 10:21 AM   #3
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Clowns are always good to add. Just take it slow like you are doing, no rushing allowed!
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Clowns are always good to add. Just take it slow like you are doing, no rushing allowed!
Very cool!

When is it ok to start adding cleaner shrimp and snails and the like?
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I think you can start adding the snails and hermits now. I'd wait a couple more weeks for the shrimp, they are kinda pricey and you don't want any water parameters to shift. Shrimp are very very sensitive to water chemistry.

Woot! cuc for you! I love my snails, though I am getting over the whole hermit crab thing. Mine keep killing each other even though there are TONS of shells for them in my cube. No problem with them in my 125g so go figure. lol
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