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Old 01-02-2014, 12:32 PM   #531
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If you think they are bad try putting fish in with my mated pair of maroon clowns. I can't even keep inverts. Once my tank upgrade is finished and they're in their permanent home hopefully they calm down a bit with a big tank.
Thought you only had 1 Clown?
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:04 PM   #532
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Thought you only had 1 Clown?

Nope the ocellaris jumped a few months ago. So I knew that since I was upgrading to my 93, that I could get a pair of clowns so I got them. They're tiny right now so they're not too aggressive, but I'm definitely adding them last to the bigger tank. I don't want them to go crazy at anybody.
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:46 PM   #533
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They're tiny right now so they're not too aggressive, but I'm definitely adding them last to the bigger tank. I don't want them to go crazy at anybody.
The female tomato of mine is named Momma. She is a good 3-4 inches and the male is only 1 inch. She has killed 1 chromis and one dottyback. I added another dottyback and he is faring just fine. As to the other chromis she didnt kill...she almost did. He was bleeding a few days ago but is all healed up. I am going to sell him back, the poor guy is really suffering. This is all my fish in my salwater. (they are all my favorite really)


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The female tomato of mine is named Momma. She is a good 3-4 inches and the male is only 1 inch. She has killed 1 chromis and one dottyback. I added another dottyback and he is faring just fine. As to the other chromis she didnt kill...she almost did. He was bleeding a few days ago but is all healed up. I am going to sell him back, the poor guy is really suffering. This is all my fish in my salwater. (they are all my favorite really)



Wow they must be pretty aggressive if they managed to kill a dottyback! You must have your hands full.
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Indeed. Momma is the killer. The yellow tang and new dottyback are standing their ground and now the peaceful chromis is getting the short end of it :/ In fact the other chromis (there were two, now there is one) was killed because momma bit off one of his fins and he died of stress/exhaustion. I tried saving him, but he couldnt make it. The dottyback had his gills ripped out of him. Thats the worse part.
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Current favorite is definitely my longfin GBR. He's not the prettiest one I've had, but his personality makes up for it My threadfin rainbowfish males are close seconds.
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Current favorite is definitely my longfin GBR. He's not the prettiest one I've had, but his personality makes up for it My threadfin rainbowfish males are close seconds.
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I love my new red wags i got for my betta tank!
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One of my new favorites, 1" starry blenny i got today, hes been terrorizing the 20g but hes super cute! Hes chased the yellow watchman goby out of his home too

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