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Old 03-06-2015, 06:09 PM   #21
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Old 03-06-2015, 06:49 PM   #22
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10, soon to be 13 though

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Old 03-06-2015, 08:27 PM   #23
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Started by my pal Souzie. Figured I'd do it over here.

We are at 677 so far.


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What tank size do you keep the clowns in? Always wanted some one day but I hear a million stories on appropriate tank size.


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1.6 meter by 85cm (by 75cm deep)
It's the 750L in my sig, follow links if you want? I built it. It's probably the silliest thing I've done, but it could be bigger!
(I really need more space!)

The suggested size is 6x2x2 (foot) minimum. Long term.
I'm just under at 5'4" ish but I'm over on the 2' (that makes it ok, I think!)
The tank wasn't built for clowns though, I made it for my hypostomus plec, the clowns just happened to need a big tank too!
(I had to re home the plec when I moved as I couldn't keep it, I made a temporary tank for the clowns which has since been modded for my first reef, gutted now, I miss my plec.)
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Ahh yes that's her name, yeah, I thought that was a great idea! (Twice)

You actually know her! Does she know you pilfered it?

(Most forums faces are just names to me, online acquaintances maybe?)









1.6 meter by 85cm (by 75cm deep)

It's the 750L in my sig, follow links if you want? I built it. It's probably the silliest thing I've done, but it could be bigger!

(I really need more space!)



The suggested size is 6x2x2 (foot) minimum. Long term.

I'm just under at 5'4" ish but I'm over on the 2' (that makes it ok, I think!)

The tank wasn't built for clowns though, I made it for my hypostomus plec, the clowns just happened to need a big tank too!

(I had to re home the plec when I moved as I couldn't keep it, I made a temporary tank for the clowns which has since been modded for my first reef, gutted now, I miss my plec.)

Very cool thanks


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Old 03-07-2015, 12:12 AM   #25
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6 uaru amphiacanthoides
24 lemon tetra
13 sterbai corydora
1 vampire pleco
8 neolamprologus multifasciatus
1 Spathodus erythrodon Burundi
5 lophiobagrus cyclurus
1 synodontis petricola
1 ancistrus sp.
2 neolamprologus ocellatus purple
1 neolamprologus brichardi (deformed)
1 betta splendens
3 corydora pygmaeus
6 emerald eye rasbora.

73 currently I believe, may have done that math wrong




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6 uaru amphiacanthoides
24 lemon tetra
13 sterbai corydora
1 vampire pleco
8 neolamprologus multifasciatus
1 Spathodus erythrodon Burundi
5 lophiobagrus cyclurus
1 synodontis petricola
1 ancistrus sp.
2 neolamprologus ocellatus purple
1 neolamprologus brichardi (deformed)
1 betta splendens
3 corydora pygmaeus
6 emerald eye rasbora.

73 currently I believe, may have done that math wrong




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778.5. I'm giving you .5 for the deformed one.


Kidding, 779! That's quite a bit of fish.


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Old 03-07-2015, 12:58 AM   #27
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I have 3 and 2 inverts. For now, haven't set up the larger tanks yet.
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778.5. I'm giving you .5 for the deformed one.


Kidding, 779! That's quite a bit of fish.


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I think your math might be a bit wrong too :P
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I think your math might be a bit wrong too :P

I was doing this in between studying for an exam and finishing a presentation. Run through the numbers if you'd like and give a correct total.


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How many fish on A.A.?

16 fish

5 Gurtrudae rainbows
5 Kuhli loaches
2 dwarf gouramis
3 glass cats

And my Betta, Norman bates...I wish he would even allow a snail.


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