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    Keep a close eye on those two fish. In the short term, I would be more worried about the damsel. Once the damsel picks a territory for his own, he will defend it (to the death in some cases) and as you have him in a 10 gallon, that won't eave a lot of room for the clown to go to.

    You likely have about a year before that clown fish starts to get to get closer to his average adult size (which is around 5 inches).

    Even when you up grade your tank to a 40 gallon, you still may have to rehome one of the fish as both are semi-aggressive and the damsel will become territorial.

    Just some concerns to keep a eye open for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spardas View Post
    Nice little setup! Yes, those tomato clowns are quite aggressive. Is it beating hard on the damsel relentlessly or only during feeding time?

    Is that a plastic band on the LR, lol? Did you get it from Petco?
    Haha, yeah that one piece is from Petco... And only during feeding time, but the Damsel is holdings its own by flaring its fins right back at the clown which doesn't seem to phase the clown one bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff View Post
    Keep a close eye on those two fish. In the short term, I would be more worried about the damsel. Once the damsel picks a territory for his own, he will defend it (to the death in some cases) and as you have him in a 10 gallon, that won't eave a lot of room for the clown to go to.

    You likely have about a year before that clown fish starts to get to get closer to his average adult size (which is around 5 inches).

    Even when you up grade your tank to a 40 gallon, you still may have to rehome one of the fish as both are semi-aggressive and the damsel will become territorial.

    Just some concerns to keep a eye open for.
    Interesting... ok, well I guess I can just give away my Damsel to my cousin if things start to heat up between them.
    Thanks for the info!

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    UPDATE pics: Picked up a beautiful multi color mushroom colony from my LFS (mom and pop) for $35... I thought it was a steal!!!

    Anyway... posts are useless without pics:




    Also spotted some coraline beginning to form!
    Last edited by Steemax; 08-18-2013 at 04:26 AM.

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    Here are some updates with Pics!!! These shots are with the new lighting, the camera is unable to pick up the actual lighting colors though... Total of 22 watts





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  6. #46

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    *Twitches *
    That petco plastic band......... lol

    Tank is coming along nicely though.

    Any shrimps in there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spardas View Post
    *Twitches *
    That petco plastic band......... lol

    Tank is coming along nicely though.

    Any shrimps in there?
    Haha I really need to cut that, is it safe to use SS scissors in the tank?

    And I had the cleaner shrimp until the emerald turned it into dinner :( that emerald is a trouble maker.... It also killed one of my hermits

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    Don't see why not if you're just going in for a quick snip. Just make sure there's no strange residue or chemicals on it...

    Uh, that's one mean emerald. Did you see it kill the shrimp? I mean, I wouldn't pass anything on a crab but was the shrimp molting? Or did the shrimp die and he just went in for dinner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spardas View Post
    Don't see why not if you're just going in for a quick snip. Just make sure there's no strange residue or chemicals on it...

    Uh, that's one mean emerald. Did you see it kill the shrimp? I mean, I wouldn't pass anything on a crab but was the shrimp molting? Or did the shrimp die and he just went in for dinner?
    Alright alright Ill take a stab at cutting it off

    Well it was just sitting on the rock molting, next thing i see is the emerald dragging it by the shrimps antenna followed by a $20 meal This crab seems like a rebel, it's always trying to make it to the top of the tank. Once I turn off the lights I can hear it banging against the glass trying to climb up the heater/skimmer to make an escape.

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    Emerald crabs turn predatory when there isnt enough algae around for them to eat. In an aquarium with enough algae they are friendly and reefsafe.
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