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Old 07-20-2011, 02:36 PM   #1
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Damsels

Gunna avoid them this time around
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The arey true "Begginer Fish" as they are so hardy and are so often used for cycling.

Once you've established your tank, they are a nuisance!

(On another note, Clown fish are a part of the Damsel family!)
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Yeea i know the clowns are.. Every damsel i have had has been a problem with other fish.
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