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Old 07-28-2013, 06:05 PM   #31
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Well I Gess it might be 2 weeks I started on the 16th.
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Old 07-28-2013, 06:15 PM   #32
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A pair of clowns will happily breed in 10gal. They just need pristine water, lots of high protein and fatty foods, and a place to spawn. and YOU will need patience
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For the food I am hatching brine shrimp into the tank and feeding them frozen misis shrimp and have a mix of pelet and flake of cobalt pro breeder. Does that sound good for them.
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Be careful with the brine if your hatching them be sure to keep the shells separate from the fish also maybe look into more nutritious food if looking to keep healthy and breed
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Brine shrimp ain't really a nutritious food so try only feed now and again, I'll rotate with mysis,brine shrimp & blood worm when feed frozen cubes and use flake/pellet foods aswell. Mine have started to eat the seed weed put in for my flame aswell so mine ain't fuss same cant be said for my cardinal tho
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So I was thinking about moving my fish up to my breeding tank would it be less stress on the fish if it was after the lights went out.
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So I was thinking about moving my fish up to my breeding tank would it be less stress on the fish if it was after the lights went out.
As long as you acclimate properly, lights don't really matter.
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A pair of clowns will happily breed in 10gal. They just need pristine water, lots of high protein and fatty foods, and a place to spawn. and YOU will need patience
So any clownfish will breed happily in a 10g. Well that helps for the future I wen out and bought 2 29g tanks for them.
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So any clownfish will breed happily in a 10g. Well that helps for the future I wen out and bought 2 29g tanks for them.
Not every species. Maroons will need bigger. But the percs and occellaris will do fine. If you've already bought the tanks then those will do fine.
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Not every species. Maroons will need bigger. But the percs and occellaris will do fine. If you've already bought the tanks then those will do fine.
Would the 29s work for maroons
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