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Old 04-09-2004, 10:45 PM   #1
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Got some new lr and a six line wrasse!!!!

I just purchased another 20lbs of lr and we got a six line wrasse and a lawn mower blenny and a feather duster!!! I think the six line is very beautiful!! I will get pics in a few days! They are just sweet
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Old 04-09-2004, 11:02 PM   #2
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That is alot to add in one day, I hope you bought cured LR You need to slow down with the fish
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Yea it is cured
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Here we go again. You are getting carried away again. TO MANY FISH. Plus no QT. Come on man get with the program.
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How long has your tank been up and running? How long did it cycle before you added any fish/corals? Be honest. What are your water testing results currently? Seriously teen, what do we need to do to get you to slow down? It seems you have added a lot of LR and fish the past couple of days. You need to start doing things right. If your NH3, NO2, and NO3 are not all at zero you need to take back all of your fish and corals to the LFS and let your tank cycle properly. STOP ADDING FISH OR STOP ASKING FOR OUR ADVICE! I do not know how to make it any more clear to you. Anyone else agree? I think we all want you to succeed in this hobby but you need to take some personal responsibility for the well-being of your fish.
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Oh....I missed this post. Come on buddy, slow down a bit and let things settle.
I learned the hard way about the importance of qt, I hope you don't . Your luck may run out and believe me, its no fun if disease sets in.
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I totaly agree. Here is what is going to happen. He is going to read this and see that we are not happy for his new aquisitions and he will not respond to this. THis is how it is everytime. His tank is a little over a month old. He used bio spira to cycle it. He already has anenomes in it. I don't know why but this really makes me mad. If you are not going to do things right then maybe you should be in this hobby. Ok i'm done. Someone needs to talk some since into this KID.
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Ive given up............
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If your NH3, NO2, and NO3 are not all at zero you need to take back all of your fish and corals to the LFS and let your tank cycle properly.
All is 0 and btw your nitrates dont have to be zero to know when you tank has cycled. Its just ammonia and nitrite that have to be 0. I got about 60-70lbs of lr in there and if I have too much fish Ill get rid of my damsels and my clowns and my chromis!!!!
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