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Old 03-21-2005, 12:09 PM   #11
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You asked for opinions from the life experiences of many. There's nothing saying that you have to follow them, but the voice of experience has spoken. If they live great and if they don't then you'll have the experience to pass on too.

Good to hear that you're going to wait until your tank is running for a little while before adding them. As said before patience is the key to sucessful saltwater. Another thing that I heard often when I was first setting up my tank was "nothing good happens fast in this hobby"!

Good luck!


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Old 03-21-2005, 12:26 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by zacdl
He said the first things he bought were a clown and anenomae and they were just fine.
Well I'm not going to get in an argument with you over it -- I'm just trying to help save you some money & aggravation. I think if you'll read the other responses to your question you'll see that the consensus is that an anemone is not a good early addition.

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