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Old 11-02-2009, 10:02 AM   #81
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Thanks! Moving to a bigger tank affords lots of more room, which means more corals!
Have a great time and start a thread to keep us posted on your journey.
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Looks amazing, really does. Well done.

Im doing a move soon from my 55gal to 150gal. Should be good fun. Lol.
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:05 AM   #82
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You are right it is peppermint shrimp! Pistol ones are the ones that pop like mantis shrimp.
Maybe I'll try joe's joice.
No plans to upgrade to the 500g, lol!
You're talking a lot of money for that one dude!

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You say you added "pistol" shrimps for the aptasia????

They don't do aptasia. Didja mean "pepppermint" shrimps?

Tried Joes Juice?

Beautiful tank. Yeah, me too - I'll be watching for the 180 to 500g Journey thread.
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Old 11-04-2009, 01:04 AM   #83
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took care of the pic thing w/ photobucket. sorry all!
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Old 11-07-2009, 11:01 PM   #84
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Well looks like the peppermint shrimp are doing their job. They have almost found every anaptasia in my tank that I was aware of. Who knows of the ones I am not aware of lingering in the back and crevices of the rocks.
Thanks guys for the advice on this situation. No need for a copperband butterflies!
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Old 11-07-2009, 11:43 PM   #85
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That looks great! You have so many fish and corals. Looks like one of everything. With a tank that big what are your water changes like? How much? How often? Just curious. I have a 180 in the garage just begging to be filled.
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Well .....180g in garage....WHAT ARE YA WAITING FOR??????
lol!
WC are once a month and it is a total of 40g.
Stability is key so keeping an eye on your parimeters is important.
Some guys do less some do more depending on their bio load.
Thanks for your support!
Annnnd start your 180g thread!!!!

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My 29g is so much work I cant image 180g. But I wont know till I try!
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My 29g is so much work I cant image 180g. But I wont know till I try!
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