tamato clown and butterfly

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by Ismail, 27 Nov 2011.

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    They should be but each fish has it's own mindset, you might wanna consider changing your substrate...thats a detritus trap which will lead to high nitrates/nitrites...
     
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    Yes, change that substrate, also the Turbo Coronatus snails are too big for a nano. they will eventually starve, unless the detritus trap causes enough hairy algae to grow.
     
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    The clown will limit any future fish additions as tomatoes can become rather aggressive.
    That butterfly prefers cooler water and unfortunately doesn't have the greatest success rate in aquariums.
     
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    okay thanks guys
     

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