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Old 01-19-2010, 06:53 PM   #11
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yeah i know what your talking about. when i first added the chromis him and my clown duked it out for a couple of days. then the came to an understanding.
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:09 AM   #12
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I think you could add something as long as your water parameters remain good.
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do you have any suggestions?
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:12 AM   #14
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The only thing is your Pydochromis, I have one and it rules the tank. My gobies are all in hiding so that the chromis don't kill them.
Pydochromis?

I imagine it DOES rule the tank since none of the the other fish know what it is?! :p

Just to clear the air and cover thincat's back... I'm thinking he means pseudochromis... and didn't mean "chromis" in his second sentence. I don't think a chromis could kill a knat if it wanted to.

Regarding adding stock - I don't think you're at your limit bioload-wise, but I might be a little hesitant to add anything else with two pretty feisty fish in there. 30g can get pretty small when you're a fish running for your life!
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Yeaap, Kurts correct...Spellings is not my good point. I meant bicolor psydochromis, and got cute with the short cut. But in an age where no one uses any periods, commas or the like I think you got it. Thanks Kurt at least you could read my shorthand.
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I forgot about the pidiosudochromis . He'll likely have a problem with any new fish.
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Yeaap, Kurts correct...Spellings is not my good point. I meant bicolor psydochromis...
Sheesh... even in your correction you STILL didn't get it right!

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I copied and paste it from the Doctors website.....Can't trust copy and paste or there is two ways of spelling that word. No problem, all in good fun and nothing personal. Some of those words were intentionally miss spelled.
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