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Old 10-05-2012, 12:40 AM   #11
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Oh so it's a lot cheaper in the Internet ok that seems better. So can I mix one clownfish two chromis and one tang???
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Oh so it's a lot cheaper in the Internet ok that seems better. So can I mix one clownfish two chromis and one tang???
Tangs need a 6'+ tank other then a select few which are ok in 75s.
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Hmmm if I get live rock from my lf thats already been underwater and take it him does that consider as me having bacteria or what
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And items at the lfs are almost always more expensive. I've seen a lot marked up double...go online and order things, best money saver, and you'll have more money left for fish instead of just spending it all on a tank and rock.
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What fish would u recommend
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:43 AM   #16
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Oops I was too late...gosh you guys are fast
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:46 AM   #18
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Would chromis count?
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The live rock has bacteria, but when you put the LR in your tank, the die off creates ammonia which starts the cycle, but it is probably too little of ammonia. I recommend putting in a table shrimp in a net and letting it decay or adding pure ammonia if you don't want the stench.
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Chromis are a type of damsel and are still a bit aggressive. I would stay with gobies, clowns, dartfish, or blennies.
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