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Old 11-23-2012, 03:17 AM   #1
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Looking for a new addition.

My maroon clown died today, and I'm looking for something to replace him with. I only have a azure damsel and a lawnmower blenny in a 30gallon. Along with a trio of peppermints and a cleaner shrimp.
Any suggestions?
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Old 11-23-2012, 03:26 AM   #2
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Was the clown sick? Do you know why he died? did you have him long? How are the water parameters?
You could get a b/w oscellaris clown.
Yellow headed jawfish are cool.
Bangaii cardinals- but would need to get at least 2.
Chalk bass are nice and add some blue.
orange striped cardinals are pretty
Firefish
A goby of some kind

That's all I can think of tight this second
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Old 11-23-2012, 03:30 AM   #3
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I don't think he was sick, he was eating fine yesterday, but this morning we had an earthquake that I think literally scared him to death!
My blennie is acting really strange too, it has turned dark and is hiding in the rocks more than usual.
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I had the clown for more than 3 months,
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I would wait a few days, make sure nothing is happening with the tank and everyone else is okay. Then get another fish if its all good.
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I would check the parameters if you have not already. If you have one dead fish, and one acting funny it would be a good idea.
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:52 AM   #7
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Check your parameters just to be sure and if its ok, i say also a yellowhead jawfish they are really funny to watch and they have a great personality they are funny to watch dig their burrow and they close it at night ! They just need minimum 3-4 inch of substrate but the more the better it is until 10inch. Not agressive they just try to scare fish that come too close to the burrow
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