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Unread 08/18/2010, 09:24 PM   #1
KShappell3
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Lightbulb Crocea Clam help

Hey guys,

I am thinking about getting a small crocea clam for my 37-gallon tank. In my tank I have two pajama cardinalfish, an orange firefish, misbar oceallaris clownfish, clown tang, juv. Koran angel, and a small hawkfish. Will any of these guys nip at the clam? Oh I also have a coral banded shrimp. Any tips for gettin one of these clams?

My lighting is SLI Lighting, F18T8/840 4000K. I'm assuming that I will need to upgrade my lighting? Any info will help. Thanks!


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Unread 08/18/2010, 11:03 PM   #2
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I would post this in a different forum, but I believe the Koran angel is a no-no with clams. I know my Emperor Angel is preventing me from getting a clam


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Unread 08/18/2010, 11:26 PM   #3
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IMO, the last thing you should be worried about it a clam.

There is no way you should have a clown tang AND a koran angel in that tank -- heck even one of those in that tank would be a poor choice.


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^^ Agreed. Those fish will simply grow way too large/aggressive for such a tiny tank.


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Those fish are going to get to big for a 37 gallon tank!!! Wow!! I would never put those fish in a small tank.


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Unread 08/19/2010, 10:37 AM   #6
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IMO, the last thing you should be worried about it a clam.

There is no way you should have a clown tang AND a koran angel in that tank -- heck even one of those in that tank would be a poor choice.
That too haha. I didn't even look at the tank size.


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