03-02-2008, 11:22 PM
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Clownfish + Damsel = Disaster?
I have a new 20 gallon aquarium with the following parameters:
0.05 ammonia, 0 or smt. very litte nitrite 1.023 SG, 76 F, with a pH of 8.1.
I've had this aquarium for about 2 weeks now and all I have is a blue devil damsel and 2 pieces of medium sized live rock (6" across). I also have 2 very large ($22 a piece at the local marine decor store) coral skeletons in the tank that are slowly turning into live rock as well. Basically the lower mid-section of the tank is semi-crowded with live rock, the middle section is invaded by the tip of the dead coral skeleton and the top is barron.
I have a coral sand substrate and a marineland HOT Magma canister filter setup to polish the water.
What I want to do is add a clownfish to my setup. Will the clownfish and damsel get along (as in ignore each other) ?