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Old 03-31-2011, 11:20 PM   #11
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Old 03-31-2011, 11:22 PM   #12
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You had all those fish in a 10 gallon tank!?! I think this is what killed your fish. The two small clown fish alone would have put you pretty much at max capacity. The trigger and the fox face need a minimum 70 gallon tank.
I missed the part about the ten gallon. Yeah, that was completely overstocked.

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You had all those fish in a 10 gallon tank!?! I think this is what killed your fish. The two small clown fish alone would have put you pretty much at max capacity. The trigger and the fox face need a minimum 70 gallon tank.
They have all been fine in there and doing well in there and all levels been great
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They have all been fine in there and doing well in there and all levels been great
It doesn't matter. With stunting, fish can seem fine one minute and be belly up the next.

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I'm hesitant to put a pair of clowns in a 14g bio cube.

Well this mystery is solved.
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I'm hesitant to put a pair of clowns in a 14g bio cube.

Well this mystery is solved.
It's not solved as mentioned they have been fine until this morning they have been in there together for months
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It doesn't matter. With stunting, fish can seem fine one minute and be belly up the next.

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I repeat. Stunting may not kill a fish until months or years after the fish is put in. This is most likely what killed your fish.

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Sometimes things may "seem fine", but then water parameters will swing literally overnight. This seems to be common with overstocked tanks because it is near impossible to keep them stable.
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Ok thanks so 2 fish is the general consensus then
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Two SMALL fish, just to be sure. Like clowns.
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