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Old 04-06-2011, 03:47 PM   #11
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take the fish out,Its no wonder they are acting strange you are poisoning them,You are torturing the fish in there.Do a fishless cycle and put the fish into your mates tank until yours is cycled.
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1.02 salinity is fine for fish only(1.020)
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:41 PM   #13
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Fish can do fine in sg at 1.020 also ocean water has a sg of 1.027
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Old 04-08-2011, 03:17 PM   #14
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Salinity isn't the issue, as was mentioned above, he is poisoning livestock because the tank isn't cycled.
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AHH now we see the problem lol. Probably why you have four mollies in there right? They were used to cycle the tank then you added the clown before tank was done cycling and now clown is sick. As others have said it's your ammonia, return the fish
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Lmao everyone avoided the clown fish and went straight for the the water.

I think your clowns are fine. They swim all over the tank and will usally call a certain spot their own. They hover around it and occasionally swim away. Later if you notice that one of the clowns looks like hes having a seizure, relax hes not. The two clowns will fight and the one who twitches is tellin the other one that she won lol. The bigger clown is always the dominant female
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