Originally Posted by 54seaweed
You not lying your plugging away looks awesome , now you got room for all those baby nems ,
have you thought of maybe a Mc Cosker's Flasher wrasse it would bring in more color to a awesome looking tank , for some reason I been becoming a big wrasse junkie already have 6 , I love my engineer goby in my reef they are very laid back , and when they grow bigger they look like a miniature eel , they also have a great personality always greeting me as I walk in the room ,
may even like the dark blue reef chromis they make a very nice addition in small schools ,
a long nose hawk fish would be another choice beautiful fish ,
keep up the good work as now you have tons of room to play again
Thanks!! I'm loving some of the wrasses too! I'm down to 4-5 weeks before I can reintroduce my fish to the display tank. They seem to be doing well in hypo and I haven't seen white spots on them in a week. I'm hoping I can hold the water stable and bring them out of hypo successfully, anyone have experience with this process? Not sure the next steps after that. I wanted to promptly move my RFAs to the cube but now that my female is "pregnant" I don't want to disturb her. I guess I'll set it up and let it have a good cycle...or I'll use it as a QT for new fish until the nems are ready.
I was bored early this morning and played around with a collage of the fish I'd like to stock in this tank. I know the dragonet is debatable, but I have a 10 gallon tank breeding pods
that I could continually reseed the tank with, we'll see....and I left off a goby or blenny, and think I'd like one of those too. Lots to think about over the next month.
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