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Old 06-01-2013, 12:10 AM   #1661
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I'll keep you posted. Look for an update on my thread this weekend.
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Old 06-06-2013, 06:58 PM   #1662
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Boo. I think I gotta move my puffer. He's destroying corals now :/ my acans are almost completely gone, the few pieces of SPS I have are all nipped at. He ate 2 of my Darth maul zoas. And my big cap of purple monti has white marks all over it, probably from him nipping at it.

I might move all my coral from my 29 into my 90 and then move him in to the 29 for the time being. Also will probably move my snails and emerald crab bc he'll probably kill them.
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:51 PM   #1663
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Puffer is moved to the 29 and all my coral and snails/hermits were moved to the 90. Wasn't able to get my 2 peppermint shrimp or emerald crab so that'll be another day
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Old 06-10-2013, 03:38 PM   #1664
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Puffer is moved to the 29 and all my coral and snails/hermits were moved to the 90. Wasn't able to get my 2 peppermint shrimp or emerald crab so that'll be another day
Ah that's a shame Dan. It's hit and miss with most puffers and it's a gamble. But hey if you don't try your never buy lol. At least you still have him.

I have just added a copperband into my tank, the yellow tang beat the S*** out of him for the first 2 days but he seems to be leaving him alone now, well most of the time anyway. He is bigger than the yellow tank too lol. He's not feeding at the moment but I'm hoping I can change that. I brought him nice and fat so I have a bit longer to train him.
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:35 AM   #1665
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Ah that's a shame Dan. It's hit and miss with most puffers and it's a gamble. But hey if you don't try your never buy lol. At least you still have him.

I have just added a copperband into my tank, the yellow tang beat the S*** out of him for the first 2 days but he seems to be leaving him alone now, well most of the time anyway. He is bigger than the yellow tank too lol. He's not feeding at the moment but I'm hoping I can change that. I brought him nice and fat so I have a bit longer to train him.
This is true Lol. And yeah if u haven't already, get some type of garlic additive to help with feeding the copperband
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:46 AM   #1666
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Yea I'm having trouble getting him to feed at the mo, he looks at it and just when you think he's going to take it he swims of. I have tried bloodworm, mysis, brine shrimp and garlic, brine shrimp and spiralina, krill, marine feast, dried seaweed. But haven't seen him eat yet. There are a number of small fan worms in the tank and he has been picking at the rocks.

Any suggestions? :-(
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Yea I'm having trouble getting him to feed at the mo, he looks at it and just when you think he's going to take it he swims of. I have tried bloodworm, mysis, brine shrimp and garlic, brine shrimp and spiralina, krill, marine feast, dried seaweed. But haven't seen him eat yet. There are a number of small fan worms in the tank and he has been picking at the rocks.

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Try the garlic additive. Soak ur food in the garlic for a minute or so then feed him. Fish are naturally attracted to the garlic smell. That's what I did to get my yellow tang to start eating.
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Cool will give it a go mate cheers.
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Cool will give it a go mate cheers.
Yep yep no problems
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Old 06-12-2013, 10:31 PM   #1670
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Well I FINALLY just bought my second LED fixture! And I got it for a steal! Should be here Friday or Monday! so excited to see what kind of growth I get with 2.

For those of you who don't know what fixture I have, its a 165w dimmable LED fixture. And now I'm gonna have 2 of them
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