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Old 06-03-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Old 06-03-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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Cool setup. What do you have in there now/what are you getting?
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Cool setup. What do you have in there now/what are you getting?
In now
Columbian shark
Diamond watchman goby and an occellaris clown.

Getting
3-5 chromis
A hawkfish
A dwarf angel
And saddle back pair.
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Sounds like a nice stocklist, but 3 clowns will most likely fight.
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Sounds like a nice stocklist, but 3 clowns will most likely fight.
I'm taking the old one out and putting him in my mom 20g
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Ah okay, got it
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won't the columbia shark eat everyone else?

he looks big enough to do it.

nice tank by the way
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won't the columbia shark eat everyone else?

he looks big enough to do it.

nice tank by the way
Naw so far he's good. I I put three chromis in and he would chase em around the tank but never ate them. He could have possibly my other clown which always tried to steal his foo though.
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Thank you for housing the columbian shark in saltwater rather than freshwater. He will be able to eat your other fish soon so you need to get him a new tank.
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Thank you for housing the columbian shark in saltwater rather than freshwater. He will be able to eat your other fish soon so you need to get him a new tank.
He gets well fed. A whole shrimp. Sometimes whole cubes of mysis and/or vegetable cube.
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