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Old 08-22-2014, 06:01 PM   #1
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New Additions, Good Placement?

Last week I received my order from Blue Zoo
I got a Longfin Fairy Wrasse, small colony of fire and ice zoas, and 2 chalice corals, one about 3/4" and the other probably 2". Props to Blue Zoo if anyone is on the fence on ordering. Everything was well packaged, and arrived safely at more door thanks to FedEx.
On to the pics, which I left at the original resolution so I will post links.
Blues on http://i.imgur.com/pb7hOyh.jpg
Just Whites http://i.imgur.com/L7d0OXG.jpg
The wrasse (in QT) http://i.imgur.com/CThSDp3.jpg

The frogspawn I have and is doing good, it is much larger than when I got it at my LFS. The zoas at first did not like my LED lights but I've got them way turned down and filtering the light to less the impact on it. They have opened up since, so I assume they are doing good. The chalices are a little harder to gauge so how do I tell if they like where they are at or if they are unhappy?
Thoughts, comments, suggestions welcome. Thanks guys/gals!

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Old 08-30-2014, 01:42 PM   #2
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Little update. My zoas are finally open for the minimum setting on my LEDs. And I have added my wrasse to my main tank last night. I was worried about him getting beat up at first because I did a water change before adding him, and my larger clown (now significantly larger then the other) took a chunk of fin off the smaller one, so I debated waiting but since I can't keep up with the daily or every other day water changes in the QT this weekend I added him. He can fit into some very small crevices in the rock work so I'm no longer worried. The two chalice corals seem the same as when I added them, but I guess I don't really know what to look for as far as whether they are doing good or just holding their own.

Not sure what provoked my clown tho. I added separately because my old female died, they fought for a few days when I first introduced but they have been fine for the past several months. Then yesterday she takes a big bite out of him. Not sure what to make of that.

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