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Topic Started: Sep 9 2009, 01:14 AM (566 Views)
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Kohaku Koi
I got a tomato clownfish. Pretty cool little guy, about 3, 4'' long and swims around a lot. Anything special I need to know about them?

Pics to come 8)
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puffcrusader696
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Baby Black Aro
Thats cool! got any pics? ummm... I could look up some stuff on them for you if you want me to... not an expert on clowns
Edited by puffcrusader696, Sep 9 2009, 01:15 AM.
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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Will
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I would assume basic care for a clown, what size tank is he in, what are his tankmates?
P0RN!!!
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Kohaku Koi
got pics, still have to upload.

he is in a 72g FOWLR along with 3 yellowtail damsels and a bicolor basslet
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Eoibio
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^^selling all his predators ^^
Awsome..goodluck with him :)

BTW..WHy do people always keep so few fish in a SW tank? Its really confusing...lol
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Breadcrumb
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Cant wait to see pics :)
Edited by Breadcrumb, Sep 9 2009, 03:37 PM.
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Datnoid Man
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GO BUCS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nice..... I love clowns.... wish I could start a saltwater tank. Waiting for pics
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puffcrusader696
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Baby Black Aro
people don't keep as many fish in saltwater because a saltwater fish needs much more room than a freshwater fish of the same size... and I think tomato clowns are slightly more aggressive than regular ones... not sure off hand but I'm pretty sure they are. Good luck BTW!
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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Kohaku Koi
thanks guys!

pics in the photo cooler :D
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Will
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I want to recommend a loinfish, but I know it wouldn't end well... Some grammas might be nice tankmates :)
P0RN!!!
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