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Old 10-08-2011, 08:45 PM   #121
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I would recommend a clown goby easy, small, and peaceful.

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slight change to stocking, i will be getting a royal dottyback opposed to a royal gramma
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are longnose hawks reef safe?
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are longnose hawks reef safe?
some are, and some are not. Sort of like dwarf angels.
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ive had my live rock nearly a week and i see no amonia spike, should i concerned
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will a royal dottyback mess with

a yellow watchmen goby or a firefish
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Most likely the Royal Gramma will attack the Firefish.
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what about the goby
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for people with a dottyback, does it eat ur shrimp
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should i dose my tank with pure amonia
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NO. Be patient.
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Most likely the Royal Gramma will attack the Firefish.
My gramma got along with the common firefish, but the purple firefish and him fought a lot. Then the gramma that was eight years old disappeared. That little purple firefish is pretty frisky, and didn't like anything purple in color.
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for people with a dottyback, does it eat ur shrimp
I have a purple one that is hard on shrimp. he has fought some battles with fish far bigger than himself. The Rambo of fish. I have only one shrimp left, an enormous coral banded I call the Thunder Shrimp. He takes no nonsense from anybody.
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quick question on rock arrangment, is it ok that none of the rocks are touching, they are just layed out next to each other?
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I don't see a problem with that.
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I'm not putting any nems in my tank but i want to give my clowns a chance to host something. Which corals listed above can i put in a non established tank and my clowns will have a chance of hosting, also with my lighting could i get a haitian pink tip anemone
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They might host your Frogspawn because it has flow like an anemone.
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what does flow mean
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what does flow mean
Well, I mean it kind of looks like an anemone because if there is flow in the aquarium, it will sway a little bit.
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o thats cool, can it go in an un established tank
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