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Old 09-15-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
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Can I have a pair of clowns black with white stripe(don't know name) and a pair of typical nemo clowns in the same 55 g
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Its really not a big enough tank for both sets. go with the solid black and white. I have personally seen a set harass another set to death in a 300 gallon.
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How big would I need what about 65
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2 pairs of clowns in a tank smaller than maybe 180g is never a good idea. If they find each other, they will harass each other until one pair dies.
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Could I get 1 of each kind
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I am pretty sure getting 2 un-paired true percula would be a bad idea.
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I am pretty sure getting 2 un-paired true percula would be a bad idea.
lol then how would any ever pair up
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I am pretty sure getting 2 un-paired true percula would be a bad idea.
exactly why would that be a bad idea?...
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2 different colored clowns would be fine. I have a b&w and snowflake clown paired up.
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:43 AM   #10
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so could i get 1 of each
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