Maroon Clowns & P Brown Tang (A. Japonicus)

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  1. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Colorado member

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    Lol, I don't know how it would do with your desjardini.
     
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    Desjardini, a purple, a regal, a yellow and a tomini to be exact.


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    livingwaterplanet Digital Nomad but still in love with reefs

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    I got to grow them out before I send them across the bay to the Tang Mansion!
     
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    livingwaterplanet Digital Nomad but still in love with reefs

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    Kmooresf Supporting Member

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    Let me know how you like the scopa tang. I have had a few in my day and my experience is that they become serious A-holes!! :( Super aggressive and territorial.


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  7. livingwaterplanet

    livingwaterplanet Digital Nomad but still in love with reefs

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    will be interesting with maroons then


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  8. Kmooresf

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    True, should hold its own.

    I have never had a pair of clownfish, but I do have a very large maroon. Have had her a very long time. She keeps order for sure, but rarely shows aggression towards the other fish. Even new comers. She will give some boundaries, but not badger them. Maybe yours will be mellow too. They sure are beautiful.


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    livingwaterplanet Digital Nomad but still in love with reefs

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    Thanks for the insight. My Maroon pair is leaving the tangs alone. I am sure it helps that the Maroons are still small (3 inches) and the tangs are at least 5 inches and can hold their own.

    BTW, my Powder Brown stood up to the Scopas. They are now "frenemies" ;-)
     
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    Nice!! Love it when everyone gets along.


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