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Old 05-26-2005, 10:29 AM   #11
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take the fish out. if he died of disease and not ammonia or cyanide poisoning, then he's only extending the time the virus/parasite stays in your tank.

There's nothing wrong with a 12gallon SW tank, heck there's a whole 'nano' following out there. It is, however, much harder to maintain a 12g nano than a 55gallon setup. 2 clowns was way too much. You can have 1 clownfish, or maybe two tiny watchman goby's, but that's it.
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