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Maroon and leaf fish

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Would this you guys think be okay? My leaf is small, and I was thinking about tearing my ten down and transferring, I'm getting a maroon tomorrow for the display and was mainly wondering if they could be good in a 29 gal I mean the leaf eats frozen and I can feed him practically from my hand if I wanted.. I honestly don't have any problems with him cause the clown is too big for him to eat, (he won't even eat a full silverside) I'm more worriesd about the clown nipping? Should I be worried and keep them separated? Or test it out? (scratch)

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Lol. No maroon love here.

No I'm kidding.. Yeah I was planning on keeping them separated anyways.. Just was gonna ask the forum cause i read other stories on nano reef and RC thy ppl have them together, but I am more worried about the maroon then my leaf, the leaf is the most docile fish I think I'll ever own, and they have such a bad rep.. Weird, anyways thanks for the replays and help!

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I love my maroon, will be sad to see her go. Best fish I own, most personality...only a problem to other clowns...

 

Important to note, I have no anemones...which makes them less territorial.

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Yeah I love my maroon, but it is the meanest fish I can't even stick my hand in to feed my coral on the opposite side of the tank without it charging my hand and biting all over. Said to say that I'm getting rid of it. I want more then one fish I'm my tank. I have heard that You can keep it in a 29 as long as you have lots of hiding places for the other fish. Or the nem is placed somewhere or plants itself somewhere it won't really see other fish

 

HTC EVO

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