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Old 11-02-2011, 06:40 PM   #281
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Could I just get a cuc? Will they starve? I don't think I can buy a clown anytime soon and wouldn't I want to start with the least aggressive and move to the most aggressive which would be the clown in my tank? I think the least would be the cardinal or watch goby because the neon cleans...
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:48 PM   #282
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Hmm actually I think it's the opposite, you put in the most aggressive fish last. if you went ahead and put in cleanup crew you would have to make sure they have something to eat.
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:49 PM   #283
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Update!!!!!
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:54 PM   #284
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Hmm actually I think it's the opposite, you put in the most aggressive fish last. if you went ahead and put in cleanup crew you would have to make sure they have something to eat.
So you could add some member of the clean up crew every time you add a fish?
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:55 PM   #285
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You can do that. Or add them a few at a time before or after fish. Theres no firm rule per say on adding cuc. Just gotta make sure they have food is all.
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:59 PM   #286
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You can do that. Or add them a few at a time before or after fish. Theres no firm rule per say on adding cuc. Just gotta make sure they have food is all.
Cool so if I don't think there's enough food for the can I just clip some seaweed?
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Update!!!!!
I found a CL offer that is a small company for fish... Check this offer out. He has a ton of these offers..

Yes, if you are looking for a Ricordea garden with many colors now is your chance. I have these on sale for only 8.99 each. That is the lowest price you will ever find. Check around. Also over 200 corals in stock now ! Other items on sale are :

Med/Large Peppermiint Shrimp $ 4.00
Elmerald Crabs $ 4.00
Sexy Shrimp $11.99
Sea Hare ( Excellent for hair algae ) $ 18.00
Skunk Cleaner Large $20.00
Large Fire Shrimp $ 24.00
Nice size Blue Hermit crabs $.40
Nice Size Astrea Turbo Snails $.40
Large Plate Corals only $ 24.99
Large Tourch Corals $ 8.00 Per Head ( Many colors to choose from )
Multi color green hammer corals only 8.00 per head
Acan frags as low as 1.50 per head !!!!! ( Orange with Green centers )
Tank Raised Bangi Cardnails $ 15.99
Yuma Ricordea Rocks many mushrooms $ 45.00
5-6 Inch Healthy Clams 45.00-55.00
Chalice corals on sale
Duncans 10-15 Heads only 25.00
Many colors of Blasto's
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if you have just clean up crew I would just drop a few pieces of pellet food for them. Nassarius snails ann hermits will eat that. Not sure if algae eating snails will though. You could also add some shrimp
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if you have just clean up crew I would just drop a few pieces of pellet food for them. Nassarius snails ann hermits will eat that. Not sure if algae eating snails will though. You could also add some shrimp
I LOVE shrimp!!!! I'll have 2 cleaners and 2 peppermint
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Lol go ahead it's helping me too, I made this to help other people by reading my mistakes. The other reason is to help me not make stupid mistakes, for example, I almost caught my house on fire a while ago and quit for a while because I was so scared. If I posted a thread about the light and my decisions when I used it, it wouldn't of happened.
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