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Old 04-17-2011, 12:12 AM   #51
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I don't think so. i have 4 clowns, a blenny, goby and a royal gramma in my 55g with room to spare.
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Could I keep a green mandarin with my current setup? I've heard they r very hard to take care of but could I just add it after my tank had been established?
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Your looking at at least a year of establishing your tank if ever. I've been tossing around the idea but they really are almost impossible to keep.
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What if I established a colony of copepods for them to eat
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I was going to setup an entire 10g tank to grow pods. BUT I've researched it to death and even then it probably wouldnt be enough to keep it alive. I've heard they can eat 1000 pods a meal 3x a day. theres no way you can grow that many. they are recommended for large established tanks with at least 70lbs of LR.
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Yeah sounds like a little too much for a beginner like me. What about adding a six line wrasse or a yellow tail damsel or both
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