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Old 10-02-2006, 10:56 AM   #11
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Charlie I wanted a pair of maroons until I read that they were "aggressive" towards each other and other tank mates.
I had on with 5 damsels, and no one bothered anyone. I even had a blue devil. I think it depends on your other fish/tank size and water parameters.
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Maroon's are my fav. Although they are aggresive to co-specifics!
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i love my maroon!
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Amphiprion polymnus.
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I like the Skunk Clown (Amphiprion Perideraion)

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Afish, for us simple minded people why don`t you throw us a name we can recognize instead of the scientific name.
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The saddleback clownfish.
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Afish, for us simple minded people why don`t you throw us a name we can recognize instead of the scientific name.
I googled it:

http://www.edge-of-reef.com/pomacent...polymnusen.htm

Basically a black (panda) pec.
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Saddlebacks are not a bad choice. Thanks
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Lord Howe's Ocellaris. This Australian native starts life looking like a perc. (orange and white) but matures into what looks like a baby Orca (black and white). If you buy them in their juvenile stage (under 1.5 to 2 inches), you can get them much cheaper (~$25/each). Once they start to turn colors, I have only seen them for ~$55/each.

I have had them in with bangai cardinals, six-line wrasse, yellow tang, hippo tang, a variety of shrimp and other inverts. They have not harrassed anyone - quite docile.
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