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Old 03-02-2009, 04:04 PM   #441
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The interceptor will not harm the fish? What are the bugs and what did they travel into your tank on?
No interceptor is reef safe with a catch. You have to remove all hermits and shrimp from your system while treating the tank. I will have to treat my whole system, Neilan will be dipping his corals that are in my tank before adding them to his. I am 100% sure that the redbugs came from that particular LFS, specially since I had brought it to their attention more then once in the past.


Neilan, those are some awesome pick ups!!
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:08 PM   #442
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Thanks.

I also went to F&F yesterday, got 2 branches of a pulsing finger leather and a small clam.

They hadn't opened up before lights out last night, so I'll get some pics if they're looking happy today.
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:16 PM   #443
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Few more,

First - I forgot this one Saturday as well, Ray gave me these orange zoas too



Here's the pulsing finger leather. I tried to get some video of the pulses, but it didn't turn out, I'll try again later.


And, the new clam



Also, I got this guy a few weeks ago, just never able to get a pic before. He's my little buddy
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Awesome pics neilanh. Question will those zoas move around or are they stationary?
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:24 PM   #445
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They'll stay wherever I put them.
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Did one of your Frog Spawn Corals die?
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Old 03-03-2009, 12:47 AM   #447
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No, you see the dead head huh? that's the pink hammer I just got. It was like that when I got it.
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Wow!!! Just saw this post. The stuff is looking good. Happy in their new home. I hope everything makes it. The xenia looked good too! You didn't cut that dead branch off the hammer yet before you invited company to meet the kids???

The torch seems to like a heavier (above medium) flow.

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Old 03-03-2009, 10:39 PM   #450
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No, I thought about it, but wanted to see how it did first. Today it's fully inflated and looks really happy.

As for the torch, yeah, he's not looking too happy where I have him, so he'll need to move.
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