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Old 11-18-2009, 02:19 AM   #11
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Go black and white ocellaris clowns. Maybe a gobie or two? Some snails, Only about 1-2 hermit for now. Shrimp?

Dunno, But i wouldnt go the demsals.
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+1 i have 2 black and white clowns and they look pretty cool, also if you have babies some day and you wanna trade them in they will give you alot for them
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Old 11-18-2009, 06:21 AM   #13
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my damsels never gave me problems but then most damsels r very terroity
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2 damsels
2 clowns
1 yellow tang
1 brown tang (great character not many people like them )
1 coral beauty
thats what i have and enjoying it and clean up crew of corse
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How much rock you got in there? That'll help determine a CUC size IMO. Otherwise, I'd do 2 hermits and 2 snails and a goby and wait for two weeks to make sure evrything is doing well (critters, water chemistry), then think about your pair of clowns.

You're gonna have diatom blooms soon. Look it up. You might not want your coral to go thru that. The diatoms'll go away in short time. If the water is still stable thru that, then think about your clown pair maybe.

And get the Garlic Guard ASAP to soak food for all the fish as it helps with their immune systems.

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[QUOTE=austinsdad;1051710]How much rock you got in there? That'll help determine a CUC size IMO. Otherwise, I'd do 2 hermits and 2 snails and a goby and wait for two weeks to make sure evrything is doing well (critters, water chemistry), then think about your pair of clowns.

very good point thats what i did at first had my clean up crew best way, for hermits just in case try and get spare shells when they get bigger need to move a new home
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