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Old 07-19-2011, 07:12 PM   #1
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Whats Good For A 10 Gal?

I was wondering what kind of saltwater fish would be good for a 10 gallon nano tank?
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Old 07-19-2011, 07:15 PM   #2
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this list of fish should give you a good idea

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Clown fish should be good in a 10 gal tank as well..
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I was planning on doing fish only with a pair of clowns or one clown and a goby
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I wouldnt do a pair of clowns in a 10g, maybe a clown and like stated a nice cute goby. And some shrimp too, that would be a nice addition.
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Ok at least I can get one clown and some gobies are pretty cute sounds like a plan
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You can find just about anything to put in there in miniature form. They even have really tiny sexy shrimp, they are very neat to watch. I have a green clown goby, he's a little shy but he's so small and adorable.

Check out the nano fish section here. it'll give you some idea of what is out there.

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I saw the green clown goby online and I thought it was cute I think I may get one of them
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Mine has little red lines that are really pretty, he's also called a warpaint goby.

I ould stick to a regular clown though if youre gonna get one, not a maroon or banded one, just regualr ole nemo or a black & white one. They dont grow as big as some of the clowns do and arent as aggressive.
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