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Old 02-05-2011, 10:04 AM   #11
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36 gallon bowfront

- mated pair of clowns

- 3 chromis

- yewllow tail blue damsel

- fireshrimp goby

- bebgjai cardinal


8 fish total, also have some hermit crabs, 2 peppermint shrimps

not planning to anymore fish

planning to add some corals

You are fine if the fish are getting along. I would not add anymore, but your are not too over stocked. Should not be a problem IMO. Just add corals from now on, you can also get some smaller fish that will not affect the bio load.
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Old 02-05-2011, 01:48 PM   #12
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I have to sort of disagree with people... It depends on how experienced you are and your setup... I have two salwater tanks one is only 40 gallons and i have an adult powder blue tang an adult flagfin angel, a mated pair of clownfish and a flame angel and i have had them all for about 5-6 yrs since they were bought as small juveniles..... BUT i have a good setup... Fluval canister, a hang on refugium in the back growing marine plants, and A Double CpR backpack with protein skimmers... I actually cant believe they do so well..... But they have for years
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Exactly as you said though you had them since they were small so they were given a chance to grow into their comfort zones and territories and get familiar with each other and what not. There are always situations and circumstances were things work out especially when you're experienced and do things properly. But we all know that can only go so far and even when you do everything right things don't always work out how you plan in this hobby.
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