07-23-2012, 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by kitten_penang
depends on the type of clown actually.they are hardy and easy for beginners cause they take pellets after a few days.it's normal for them to not eat in the first 3-4 days in a new tank.after that just put the sinking pellets in and they are more then happy to feed on them.plus most of the time they just stick a anemone in there and the tank look complete.
just imagine lr scape, anemone, pistol shrimp and 2 clowns and you have a perfect pic nano reef ^.^
10g tanks are not a very good idea for Clowns and any Anemone that I know of. The only Nem that would fit in a tank that small would be a Max Mini. WIth Live Rock and a Substrate, the water displacement, you rtank is not going to be even close to 10g, more like 4-5g.