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Old 10-15-2009, 02:18 AM   #21
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ok ill see what they look like
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Old 10-15-2009, 02:19 AM   #22
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i like the pink seabae
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oh ok cool i just taught that clowns needed one to survive
That`s one of those myths that`s not true. They dont have to have an anenome and their is no guarantee they will host the anenome. One thing for sure is that they need a mature tank to be placed in. Is this the anenome that your friend bought for your tank without the proper research?
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yes, he already had it on his but due that he has a shark and rays now he got rid of all of his fish and coral
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:24 PM   #25
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IME with nems sometimes the clown will not host it........ I have a figi clown in my setup with a pink tit bubble nem..........quite happy, the nem has even split 4 times......... I have another BTA in the other end of the tank being harassed by my Gold Stripe Maroons....BTA was not happy so I had to move it............Maroons now host my furry mushrooms or a feather duster strange creatures.............................
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ohhhhh ok, also is there any posibility that i can put 2 baby black clowns with my 2 baby regular clowns the ones that i have are about 1 inch long
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Four clowns in a 75 is asking for trouble IMO. I would not risk it.
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Is there a possibility, yes. Probability, not quite. If you try be prepared to move any out that are being overly picked on.
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ok jus have one more question i just ask that because i saw one pair of black clowns and they are cool andif i want to have them in a separate tank will a ten gallon work while i get the money to get a bigger one and on a tank that size do i need a skimmer if its only going to be fo maybe fowlr?????????
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If they are the black ocellaris, Amphiprion ocellaris, then yes you can have a pair in a 10g. You can either have just a lr and a skimmer or live rock and an Aquaclear 110 filter (hob)
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