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Old 06-23-2004, 04:14 PM   #11
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I also think the trigger will eat your shrimp before long. The clown trigger must be small now if that hasn't happened yet. Also, if overstocking is still the problem, your blue tang may end up being the ich magnet and causing even more problems because of poorer water quality.
I'd also recommend the fish calculator and making further donations before its too late.
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The funny thing is my shrimp had lost two of its claws and after it molted, I saw my trigger with its claw in its mouth swimming around. I thought that was funny at first but i guess not for the shrimp. The water quality is very good and so far the UV light that I have has been keeping the ick away. At first my trigger was infested with ick now its all gone. I hope my tang doesnt get icked.lol
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