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06-05-2010, 11:04 AM
Originally Posted by handlevandal
So I spent the day yesterday moving all the livestock but the little clownfish from the nano into the big tank and moving the anemones and the big clownfish over to the nano. Yeah, it took the whole bloody day, but I got everything moved and they were all looking like they survived when I went to bed last night. I was really worried about the great big and very little clownfish being in the little tank together since clowns can be so mean and their sizes are very different. I watched them for a couple of hours as they got put in the nano with the two green btas before I had the chance to acclimate all the corals and get them moved. The big clown took a few swipes at the little one but no head butting or anything so I though they might manage to mark their territories and live together. I made sure to put two nems in there and plan to put more in that tank. I'm picking up an rbta
from my boss when he gets back from vacation and plan on just leaving the tank like that for a long time, but that all depended on the clownfish behaving and maybe even being civil with each other in the near future.
Got up this morning to find this
Now I'm hoping they don't get 'too close' as I have no idea what I'd do with a swarm of clowns!
awesome, there wont be a swarm of clowns lol if they made and lay eggs, they usually never survive in the aquarium, you have to set up a special tank to raise them. Usually they just become food.
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