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Old 10-14-2014, 07:51 PM   #11
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Hey as long as you have your research squared away that's great! Just look over your stocking options and make sure that it will be beneficial to the fish that are in there and we are all here to help!


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What would you recommend I put in there?


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Just about the only thing I can have that fits in a ten at my LFS are yellow tail damsels and supposedly clownfish but I guess not. They said the clownfish stay in there anemone all the time, but I know that's not true. So could I have a single clownfish and maybe the yellow tails? I heard that damsels are extremely aggressive.


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Check this out and see what you like there. These are nano aquarium fish


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Just about the only thing I can have that fits in a ten at my LFS are yellow tail damsels and supposedly clownfish but I guess not. They said the clownfish stay in there anemone all the time, but I know that's not true. So could I have a single clownfish and maybe the yellow tails? I heard that damsels are extremely aggressive.


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They will but a nem shouldn't be added to a tank for 8-12 months to let it mature. Nems also need powerful lights and stable water chemistry and they get to big for a 10 gallon tank. Gobies and/or small blennies would work a lot better than any damsel (yes, clowns are damsels)


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Ready to take the plunge!

I like the neons do you have any experience with them? Or the yellow stripe clingfish?


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I might just do blue legs and try to focus more on the corals.


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That would be cool, small gobies and a bunch of inverts work with some crazy cool corals will definitely make a tank!


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