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Old 10-09-2008, 08:17 PM   #1
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My new ocellaris clownfish and royal gramma!

Well, here they are
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Old 10-10-2008, 07:53 PM   #2
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Cool! O. Clowns are one of my favorites
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Old 10-10-2008, 08:12 PM   #3
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Thanks, I'm really happy with the clown, although he has apparently been hosting the left top of my aquarium since I got him =P and the gramma's colors are just beautiful
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Lol yeah looks that way. Both are good looking fish!
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you should get some kind of coral or annenome or something cool to host i think its very fun to watch him host an actual coral
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I like the royal gramma are they peacefull to each other??
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you should get some kind of coral or annenome or something cool to host i think its very fun to watch him host an actual coral
I do have a Zoanthid colony but he's definitely not going to host that, I was thinking of getting a Mushroom or Hammer and have him host it, but the $ is running low. We'll see
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yeh lol things are quite expensive from the pictures i see you have a bio cube how many gallons is yours? and how long has it been running again?
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I like the royal gramma are they peacefull to each other??
So far they are! The Royal Gramma is only aggressive to other basslets as far as I know. They've been getting along fine since yesterday

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yeh lol things are quite expensive from the pictures i see you have a bio cube how many gallons is yours? and how long has it been running again?
Sure is a biocube! It's a 14g and has been running for 5 or so weeks. Apart from being too small (we always want bigger, right?) it's great. I really do love the convenience/easiness of setting it up and maintaining it.
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i also have the 14 gallon bio cube i definetly think u should put a shrimp in there they are great! do you have a clean up crew at all snails,crabs anything!?
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