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Old 02-23-2009, 03:51 PM   #431
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Oh, new additions, just for the record. I added some more nassarius and some trochus snails to both the DT and the fuge, a few more red-legged hermits, as well as a mitrhix crab to the DT too.

I was planning to get a pair of False Perc. Clowns too, but I saw some spots on them at was concerned it may have been early signs of ich so I passed.

Wednesday I plan to make a trip to F&F again, see what new stuff they have that I need. lol

It's still funny to me that you can see the reflection of my 125g planted always in my FTS. This time, as you can see, the lights were up high as I was doing maintenance on that tank at the same time.
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Old 02-23-2009, 04:59 PM   #432
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We will have to plan something for me to get the rest of your corals over to you. The Pink Birdsnest is going to get a minor trim. I need a few frags to start a colony up again, same thing with the orange cap. I can't believe how much those two have grown. Don't forget that you have one more each of the digitatas coming from me.

The 2 colonies from Johns that were having issues, I think it would be best to leave them alone for now and let them continue to improve before moving them. Totally up to you on that but just my thoughts. I'm seeing daily improvements in their color, it's a very good sign! You will want to get some interceptor and have a 10g tank ready for dipping these corals.
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Old 02-23-2009, 05:27 PM   #433
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Feel free to frag whatever you want/need.

I trust your judgement on the colonies, if they need to sit for a while that's fine. I have yet to find where to get interceptor, but I'll keep looking and have an empty 20g tank available with 1x65W light for it.
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Interceptor huh. Someone must have red bugs/AEFW. Bummer.
You should be able to get it at any quality pet store....but it isn't cheap. I used it on my dog in the summer when she had fleas.
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Old 02-23-2009, 07:27 PM   #436
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Yes, we can all thank our LFS for that.
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The interceptor will not harm the fish? What are the bugs and what did they travel into your tank on?
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Old 02-23-2009, 07:43 PM   #438
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the corals will be treated in a QT. It's typical redbugs, came in on some frags I got at an LFS we believe.
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Yoo neilanh, great progress with the tank!
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Old 03-01-2009, 07:18 PM   #440
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It never ends.

Yestday, I went and visited Ray (austinsdad) and he offered up some cool new stuff for my tank.

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4 (I think) different types of mushrooms. They're still in the dish attaching themselves to some rubble



Thanks Ray!!!
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