Discussion in 'Frags' started by reefermadness420, Sep 20, 2015.
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its yellow and purple with green center
Maybe once i get my reef established I'd add more fish but for now I want to keep it simple. I'm a very big animal lover and I'd rather have one healthy fish than get too many and risk them being aggressive.
I like the clownfish. I like the dragonets on liveaquaria but I think I would buy from my store. I'd rather have a tank of snails crabs and pods than anything die
I agree with you, if you want to make a coral heavy tank it would be wiser to keep the bioload on the low end. if you plan on going down the clown road it is preferable to get them an anemone host as well. otherwise they may take up residence in one of your lps or mushroom and that can lead to stress in the coral.
adding an anemone to an sps tank can be delicate though, as the anemone will most likely move from the original spot you placed it, and roam till it finds a place it likes. while it roams it will sting the frags it comes to contact with. it wont instantly kill the frag but it may cause some damage.
also sand shifting gobies not only can be a challenge to keep, but will bury corals placed on the sand bed. so keep that in mind
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