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Old 09-07-2009, 04:40 PM   #11
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Alright cool. That sounds like a good idea too. Which one do you think i should get? I like the frogspawn.. but the hammer looks freakin awesome.
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Old 09-07-2009, 04:49 PM   #12
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Which ever one you like better lol. Just remember, you need to place them away from other coral, a corner of the tank to themselves is best.
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I love all of the euphyllia. They're gorgeous. I have 2 frogspawns and a torch and they just add so much to the aquarium. Hammers look awesome but my vote is for frogspawn.
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Yeah, i think im going to go with the hammer. Its nicer than the torch, but its cheaper than the frogspawn. haha. Thanks for all the input guys. And thom, i will be sure to give it its own little corner.
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I would try a bubble coral first and then a hammer and frogspawn. They do have sweeper tentacles and need to be at least 5-6 inches apart. Maybe you could get a shrimp goby to go with the pistol shrimp. A pink spotted goby would do nice.
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:03 PM   #16
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I would have loved to get another fish.. but i have 3 right now. 1 firefish, 2 ocellaris, and i just added the firefish on friday. So i think i would have to wait another month of so to add another fish.
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Your tank was cycled, you should be fine adding another fish IME. Four fish in a 55g, especially with how small they are don't amount to much on the bioload.
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Hmm.. well now that you say that, maybe next week i'll get a yellow watchman or some sort of watchman. Thanks for the info thom.
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No problem. Yellow watchmans always seem to look like a grumpy old man to me, just me I bet.
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Hahaha, you give yourself too much credit.
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