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Old 10-18-2015, 09:22 PM   #11
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A tomato clown and a maroon in the same tank?
Yeah! Why not?



The tomato and the two percula clowns got one side of the tank, and the maroon got the other half with 2 anemones. Also it hosted itself on a RBTA, and a Condy!
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I freaking hate this iphone 6s, it doesn't even pick up the colors!!! I miss my samsung s5!!!

Anyway, here are the pictures;

Tomato clown


Left side (Percula), Right side (Maroon)


Maroon clown
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Anyway, the picture in my initial post was a couple of months ago... I did the cycling and the waiting...

Full tank shot! The tank look so bare, and I want to buy MORE CORALS!!!!!

What are the dimensions? Great thank btw

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Alex, when clowns are small they really don't care who's around them. All they care about is surviving and living.

As the clowns get older, they start to care about mating and taking care of their homes. This territorial instinct leads to them being really...really...really evil.

My clowns have always been passive and i've had them for almost 3 years now. They've always hosted my two BTA's and just seem happy. Although, within the last 6 months they've started to become a bonded pair and getting ready to lay eggs and I can't even stick my hand in the tank anymore without them drawing blood!! Who would have guessed something that small could cause so much damage.

Also, I put in a small bi-color angel and the clowns and tang killed it within hours. Was sad
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Alex, when clowns are small they really don't care who's around them. All they care about is surviving and living.

As the clowns get older, they start to care about mating and taking care of their homes. This territorial instinct leads to them being really...really...really evil.

My clowns have always been passive and i've had them for almost 3 years now. They've always hosted my two BTA's and just seem happy. Although, within the last 6 months they've started to become a bonded pair and getting ready to lay eggs and I can't even stick my hand in the tank anymore without them drawing blood!! Who would have guessed something that small could cause so much damage.

Also, I put in a small bi-color angel and the clowns and tang killed it within hours. Was sad
I actually got nibbled on by one of my yellow tail damsels while trying to place a drag in my tank. Lol. No blood tho..

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What are the dimensions? Great thank btw

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40G breeder

A little update!

I acquired these two amazing corals that I loved them sooooo much!

"The Panty Lobo" from Reef Raft



Metallic Green Torch from NAFB

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And the tank gotten bigger

(third photo) It's not a scratch, it is the light reflection from a shrimp tank





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And a better sump with more compartments!



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Gone bigger - from 40G breeder to 60G? Lots of open space for fishes, I like that! You may need more rocks if you want more corals..

Is that SWC 120 skimmer? What are those cylinders with holes in them?
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Gone bigger - from 40G breeder to 60G? Lots of open space for fishes, I like that! You may need more rocks if you want more corals..

Is that SWC 120 skimmer? What are those cylinders with holes in them?
Yes, it is a 60g now, and I want to go even bigger (waiting for a big tank sale)

The skimmer is swc 120 and the cylinders are bacteria housing
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