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Old 09-05-2004, 10:35 AM   #21
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http://liveaquaria.com/product/prod_...4&TopCatId=420 is what I got.

I got margarita snails, and not Mexican turbos

also got the 8 Redfoot moon snails, and not the 2 Abalone

I certainly have critters all over 8)
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Old 09-05-2004, 04:16 PM   #22
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i just dumped, added, dumbed, added...slowly for about two hours. worked good for me.
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20 g sump
2 "nemo" Clowns
1 regal tang
1 pink spotted goby
40 pds lr
cleaners: 2 cleaner schrimp, 7 blue hermitts
7 scarlett hermitts,2 american star snails
1 brittle serpent star,
20-25 snails
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Old 09-05-2004, 05:52 PM   #23
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While the clean up crew is large, you will be fine. I have around 50 scarkets and blue legs in my 72. You may loose a few if the food source is not sufficiant. I would be more worried about loosing snails, but you do not have too many of those. Looks like you need to get on the business end of a razor to clear that coraline off the front of your tank Don't worry, I do not think your clean up is too large. Have fun watching the crabs, they are pretty funny...Lando
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Well I gave in a got the lawnmower blenny.

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Looks like you need to get on the business end of a razor to clear that coraline off the front of your tank
ya after I added the sprybar, it reloctated the sand and uncovered the algea line. I was gonna get around to it, but now the hermits seem to be doing that for me.
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