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Old 04-28-2013, 10:13 AM   #71
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It looks great so far. Hope the Tang is ok. I love the rimless look. Is that a 150g tall?
Thanks. Yea it's a 150g tall I like the rimless look too. I'm debating taking the sliding lids of, I'm just a bit worried about fish jumping out as I plan on getting a leopard wrasse.
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Thanks. Yea it's a 150g tall I like the rimless look too. I'm debating taking the sliding lids of, I'm just a bit worried about fish jumping out as I plan on getting a leopard wrasse.
I put Starfire glass tops on my 90g after 2 Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasses, 3 Bar Gobies, and a Purple Tile Fish all hopped the tank. I love the open top look but like keeping my livestock in the tank more.
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Bulk reef supply sells a clear mesh (like screen material) that allows light to pass through as well as allowing adequate gas exchange. It's helpful if you have trouble keeping your ph up (like myself)
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Bulk reef supply sells a clear mesh (like screen material) that allows light to pass through as well as allowing adequate gas exchange. It's helpful if you have trouble keeping your ph up (like myself)
Ah that's interesting I will have a look. Do you know if they supply to the uk?
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:33 PM   #75
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I put Starfire glass tops on my 90g after 2 Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasses, 3 Bar Gobies, and a Purple Tile Fish all hopped the tank. I love the open top look but like keeping my livestock in the tank more.
Yea I don't want to loose any fish cuz if they jump out the cat will get them lol.
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Yea I don't want to loose any fish cuz if they jump out the cat will get them lol.
Mine wasn't an issue with the cats. All suicide jumps occurred when I wasn't around. I didn't find them until several hours later.
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Ah that's interesting I will have a look. Do you know if they supply to the uk?
I just checked and unfortunately they only shop to us and Canada. Sorry about that, I spoke before I looked.
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I just checked and unfortunately they only shop to us and Canada. Sorry about that, I spoke before I looked.
Ah no worries they must sell something like it in the uk. I will try and find some. Thanks tho.
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Ok just a quick update.


The regal tang still has white spot that's one week now, he is still feeding like crazy and swimming round all day so fingers crossed.

Any idea how long white spot stays on a fish for?
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Ok just a quick update.

The regal tang still has white spot that's one week now, he is still feeding like crazy and swimming round all day so fingers crossed.

Any idea how long white spot stays on a fish for?
Are you doing anything to help it? Is it ich? Hippos are very prone to ich, mine also got it. They are almost as bad as powders.
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