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Old 08-11-2013, 10:10 AM   #31
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I love your Clowns, they are very cute! I have been considering a pair of Black and White Clownfish for my next build!
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Porcelain crabs are filter feeders. They will eat what they catch in the water column plus anything that you specifically feed them.

Emerald crabs are great algae cleaners and are commonly used for bubble algae.

Snails are some of the best cleaners out there.

After the tank matures you could look at getting an urchin (my fav is the rock borer) and either a serpent star or brittle star.
Ok well if I'm going to get hermits and snails who cleans better?
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I love your Clowns, they are very cute! I have been considering a pair of Black and White Clownfish for my next build!
Thanks, I was actually looking into a pair of black and white percula clowns but I fell in love with personality of these caramels!
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Ok well if I'm going to get hermits and snails who cleans better?
I would say snails are.
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I would say snails are.
Don't the snails disappear under the sand?
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Morning tank shot guys, I'm so happy with sw, the fish are happy and healthy, the live rock is looking good too, the water is crystal clear, and I'm loving it!
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Well day one is gone and the caramel clowns were a success, they're healthy and eating. Evening tank shot!
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Oh, they are Caramels......cool! I am so glad you are enjoying your tank, and thanks for the fun picture updates!

I can't wait to set a SW again.....hopefully, soon!
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Is your tank cycled?
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Is your tank cycled?
Thanks bud, I took a water sample to my lfs and they said it should be ready for the pair of clowns so I brought em home! I'm very impatient lol
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