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Old 02-02-2006, 10:23 PM   #1
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Just added 7 green chromis to my tank. I think that the school look was the missing ingredient in my tank. Does anybody else have schoolers in their tank and how are they doing. I added another 30 lbs of cured live rock to my tank also which brings it to about 180 lbs. I`ll see if I can get a new tank pic.
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Awesome! Never had a SW tank over a 55g so never had room for schoolers and my other fish... but I loved my sons neons and danios schooling... so awesome! Waiting for pics
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I have 3 of them they school next to the 3 clowns that I have and they all school to. I like that at night the clowns stay out the Chromis hide.
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I want a school of chromis. That would be cool if you would get a tank shot with them swimming around. We have no luck with them though. Get about three and they would die in qt.
How long did you qt and did you get them online or your local fish store?
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