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Old 06-13-2013, 10:11 PM   #21
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I thinkI going with the wrasse, after reading some more online, the wrasse seem to fit my set up better. I love wrasse, but everybody wants "nemo" so I'm going to stick to the wrasse. There bioload would be less then 2 clowns 2
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Good choice. I really like wrasses. They are really colorful and suit almost every tank
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They seem less aggressive too, I've heard clowns could get really mean and harass tank mates to death
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Percula and ocellaris clowns can be aggressive but compared to the maroon clown they are peaceful
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Maroons are little devils from what I heard
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Old 06-13-2013, 11:11 PM   #26
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They do best in a species tank
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Old 06-13-2013, 11:47 PM   #27
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There mean haha. Do you think a sea urchin would do good in that tank? I like the looks of pencil urchins
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Urchins eat coralline algae idk if that specific one will though
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I read that you can supplement there diet with seaweed strips, this one wouldn`t be added until the tank matures for at least a half of year.
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They look so cool but I don't think I'd ever wanna mess with them. That's good you're being patient and looking at things more long term than most people
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