oh, well then get out, joking, its ok, as long as the help is logical and isnt like add freshwater fish to the saltwater tank to help it grow 50 times its normal size and grow super powers that can save the world.
ive seen them, but mainly saying you cant have an anemone in a 20 gallon, ive seen very few threads about clowns, plus these are oscellarius and (i think) are smaller than most clowns. Im not going to put any anemones in here, maybe a mushroom coral but thats it.
Also from my amount of questions that im asking (i want this saltwater tank to be perfect) this was the first time someone has said two clowns are no good.
well i was asking was it a territorial problem or waste problem, thats all, no need to get fussy lol. I guess i could try, maybe change the water every day and get tripple filtration, its worth a shot i hope......
2 100 gallon rated power filters, i will use foam so i can get the waste out easily, i will clean the foam daily by gently squeezing the spounge in old aquarium water. There will be a bio-wheel filter there too.
1 107 gallon rated powerhead with a spounge attachment
20-25 pounds of live rock
20 pounds live sand
maybe another 5 pounds of sand to get a DSB
well enough with this thread, we can let it die since my questions have been answered, if i have more problems with filtration i will set up a new thread, you can lock this one mods to prevent it from comming to life lol
well i do have second thoughts about it mike, im not going to not listen. Im just trying to think if i can get a 30 gallon second hand. Thats why i said let this thread die so there wont need to be anyone saying dont do it or do it or something like that.
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