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Old 06-05-2012, 02:50 PM   #11
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Uh oh :/

Did you recently add all your new fish? How are your water parameters? Did you use live or base rock at the start of the cycle?
I added three green chromis after the first week 2nd week i added two clowns a cleaner shrimp and two small cleaning crabs third week i added a small wimple fish and today about 4-5 weeks later ive added a Algae blenny and a small star fish take a look at my photos to give you the idea plus i check my water this morning and everything was fine p.s i get all my fish from the same place a top local shop whos had the family buisness for over 40years!
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:00 PM   #12
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I added three green chromis after the first week 2nd week i added two clowns a cleaner shrimp and two small cleaning crabs third week i added a small wimple fish and today about 4-5 weeks later ive added a Algae blenny and a small star fish take a look at my photos to give you the idea plus i check my water this morning and everything was fine p.s i get all my fish from the same place a top local shop whos had the family buisness for over 40years!
Looks like you might have had a fish-in cycle. Odds are you'll be ok. Just take it slow
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:05 PM   #13
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Looks like you might have had a fish-in cycle. Odds are you'll be ok. Just take it slow
I really hope so Rick fingers crossed eh? Only two more to put in now and them are a regal tang and a turbo snail but i will not be added them until next month and thats the lot lol thanks for ya time mate ps did you check out my tank?
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:31 PM   #14
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How big is this tank? If this is the 350L tank then it is about 80 gallons. Not big enough for a tang that size. Some recommend as big as 180 gallons.
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How big is this tank?
125ltrs i think thats about 30-40 american gallons.
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:39 PM   #16
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In my opinion you are already stocked. You have 6 fish already.
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In my opinion you are already stocked. You have 6 fish already.
Do the three chromis count they are tiny lol
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:46 PM   #18
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Check out www.liveaquaria.com . They have an awesome selection of nano fish. They are small fish with little bioload. You may be able to add one or two. I have a cherub or pygmy angel that I love.
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Check out www.liveaquaria.com . They have an awesome selection of nano fish. They are small fish with little bioload. You may be able to add one or two. I have a cherub or pygmy angel that I love.
Ive been on that site but they dont deliver to England: (
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I meant it to give you an idea of what fish would be appropriate for your tank. Then you can look for them in your local fish store.
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