charl89 charl89
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  • Posted on: 17/10/2010 10:48
clownfish #1
Hey, well my tank is maturing really well, the live rock we just got has 3 feather duster worms and 2 small anenomes, small starfish and something orange but i havent seen the full thing to know what it is.. :) was well happy i have something to watch.
but just been looking at the aquarium to decide what fish. and i really want 2 nemos, can you have 1 orange nemo and 1 black nemo together?

thanks
charl
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Re: clownfish #2
If you mean the Ocellaris Clownfish then yes you can have one orange and white and one black and white together. It's getting more and more popular ppl doing this.
charl89 charl89
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Re: clownfish #3
aw cool, thanks. will be getting them in the next month so wanna make sure i get the right ones.
thanks for your help.
DianeM DianeM
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Re: clownfish #4
Hi, I've been told that you shouldn't keep mixed species of clown fish. They also bond together quiclkly so if one dies you can't put another in with it. I am a novice hocwever so I'd ask the place you get your fish from and see what they say.
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Re: clownfish #5
thought you may like to know that creature comforts and aquatic world at Totton have tank bred clowns