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Old 10-08-2003, 11:08 PM   #1
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changed my tank

well i didnt want too buy the expensive lights so i changed my ideas about a reef tank, im going too wait a bit and start up anouther tank in the future for that, so i traded my fish and inverts in and got a 10" snow flake moray eel and a 4" humu humu trigger, would mushrooms be fine with the trigger?
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Old 10-09-2003, 12:36 AM   #2
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Heck no, maybe with the moray, but youre trigger is going to tear them apart
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i didnt think so, it hasnt touched the ones that are in there, i guess ill just see how long they last.
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Well, as you may know triggers are hard to understand. One example is that My Triggers are in a tank with a Blue Dot Sting Ray and they are doing great. Lets just say you ae fortunate. Just DONT GET MAD IF ALL OF THE SUDDEN YOU NOTICE THAT HE BECOMES TOTALLY THE OPPOSITE AND GOES AFTER YOUR CORALS. TRIGGERS ARE KNOWN TO DO SO.
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i dont care if he desides that they are going too be his next meal, they didnt cost me any thing buy so far he hasnt looked twice at them.
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