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Old 04-13-2010, 07:39 PM   #11
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Awesome picture Mike. That's pretty impressive.
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I am definately no genious, but all of these clownfish are the exact same size..There is no fighting at all in my tank..I would think they would grow at the same pace, and be basically the same size??They wouldn't learn to get along over time??They all actually stay in a school kind of, other than the Maroon he is constantly hosting the Zoa...But once again these fish since I bought them school together...
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Maroons CAN be very aggresive towards other clowns. I wish you the best and hope all your fish get along great. but most likely your maroon clown will get more and more aggresive towards the other clowns.
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+1 for the maroon aggression, they can get so aggressive that when you clean the tank and get near their host they will attack you, and they got teeth. All may be fine now, but down the road, it's almost a sure bet that their will be issues.
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My Black Ocellaris has issues if I put my hands into the tank too often. He bites.
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Yeah I have that Magnafloat thing that cleans the glass, and the Maroon clown does not like it, he actually picks at it when I clean...Maybe if issues arise in the future I will remove him, or maybe even trade or sell him...I hate to do that, he is a really dark nice looking Clown..
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