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Old 07-17-2015, 10:31 PM   #461
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Yes 86 the damsels I got rid of all mine except the domino I can't catch and he is a holy terror , he is always bullying all the other fish , you'll be so happy there gone
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Old 07-18-2015, 01:56 PM   #462
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Personally I would get rid of the damsels. They get meaner with age. Add the fish at night when the lights are off. As long as the six line and Dottyback get along, you should be good. Only one real way to find that out. Best of luck!
Thanks Paul. Appreciate the advice. I have to see if I can find someone willing to take them or exchange them for supplies or coral.

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Old 07-18-2015, 01:58 PM   #463
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Yes 86 the damsels I got rid of all mine except the domino I can't catch and he is a holy terror , he is always bullying all the other fish , you'll be so happy there gone
Thanks Seaweed. I will do that if I can find someone willing to do a exchange.

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Old 07-18-2015, 05:15 PM   #464
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Has anyone had any bad results using silicone 2?

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I stopped using silicon as I found out all I do is make a big mess
I don't have a steady hand and I never could get the bead the same along the seams
just be sure the silicon you get is aquarium safe , cause you don't want to kill your fish
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Thanks Seaweed. I think k I used silicone 2 or 3 to build my 20 gallon sump. I can't remember.

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Old 07-23-2015, 12:15 PM   #467
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OK I released the fish into my tank the other night and they are all doing fine except I had a damsel jump out. So now I have eggcrate sitting on top of my tank.

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Just received some new drags. And this is the diamond among them.


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Nice! I have done similar to these. Mine are slow growers compared to the rest of my zoas. They have name?
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That one is called a cremesicle monsters zoa.

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