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post #41 of 279 Old 01-28-2013, 12:10 AM
Yea, when they propagate they just drop off a little piece of limb, it floats off and sets up camp somewhere else. They can stay shrunk up for a long time, so don't worry any, if it starts to dissolve, then you have a problem.
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Great! Thanks. In a few days I'll add some pics to show whatever changes i may have.
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So I'm going thru stocking options for my 29g tank. I know i want two ocellaris clowns again. I was wondering if i can keep a black ocellaris with an orange clown and not run into any problems.

Also I am unable to add another pair of clowns to my 50g of a different color pattern or species right?
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post #45 of 279 Old 01-29-2013, 08:37 PM
The Amphiprion Ocellaris are pretty good about being together, if you have just those. If you mix a Ocellaris and Clarkii, the Clarkii will kill the Occalaris. Same with a Tomato and a Clarkii, but that would be a tough battle. Keeping The Nemos, even the Black and White ones are your best bet if you plan on keeping more than one.
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Alright cool. It's a shame the black and white versions cost so much more. It would be cool to have both paired versions in my 50g.
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post #47 of 279 Old 01-29-2013, 08:47 PM
Yea, it all depends on where you live, some places they are cheaper to get than the reg Occ clown.
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Ill be running around the local stores tomorrow then xD
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post #49 of 279 Old 01-29-2013, 09:48 PM
Try Harlequin shrimp... aka clown shrimp. The eat hitch hikers

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Try Harlequin shrimp... aka clown shrimp. The eat hitch hikers
Oh cool thanks! I haven't really had any hitch hikers that ive seen though :D
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