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Old 03-20-2007, 04:51 PM   #21
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Marine depot sells pairs, but I have heard thier service isnt up to par when it comes to livestock. You could buy a group and let them pair over time.

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I bought from tham and was not too happy....I posted about it in the General Retailers section.
You could buy a larger one and a smaller clown and hope they pair. Keep in mind, they don't need a mate to be happy.

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I agree with Roka64 about the damsels. I went through HE@# to get 2 damsels out of my tank. I ended up taking everything out to get them.

Personally I would look at your LFS for a mated pair...this way you can observe them before you buy them.

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