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Old 05-20-2011, 12:51 PM   #21
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Mine still have the same little white dots and seem fine and it's been months. The spots haven't moved or multiplied so I stopped worrying
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Yes I bought them at the same time. That makes me feel better thanks both of you!
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@henry as long as you don't mix species it doesn't really matter what color/markings they have and shouldn't be an issue... but fish decide who they want to get along with even if they are the same species so you can never be sure
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Yes I bought them at the same time. That makes me feel better thanks both of you!
I took a closer look at my male ocellaris and he has a black spot where you have a white spot haha.


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@henry as long as you don't mix species it doesn't really matter what color/markings they have and shouldn't be an issue... but fish decide who they want to get along with even if they are the same species so you can never be sure
yeah, I gave up on trying to get another clown since carey is having trouble with her two pairs
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Old 05-20-2011, 06:15 PM   #25
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LOL I'm still having the same issue with all these darn clowns. Can't wait til they are all paired off again in separate tanks. They also almost hosted my coral to death. Those little buggers..
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@carey even if they weren't getting along in your 55 theres prob enough space for them all to claim a stake in your 125
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Thats a possiblity still. I do want designer clowns in the cube.
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Yeah its prob best to get males if youre buying females are more aggressive and more territorial. You can have a group of "juvenile" males and onemated pair but two mated pairs is not really the best but a 125 may give them enough space.
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Ick maybe?
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Old 05-26-2011, 02:05 AM   #30
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Ick maybe?
I dont think so... i think they would be dead a while ago if it was ick
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