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Old 03-13-2011, 12:51 PM   #11
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Haha a tang! (Yellow tang). Its doing great! Active like tangs should be, eating... talked to A LOT of people about treatments for ich and feel I have it under control!
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He looks great!

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At least she didn't get you a tang that requires a 6' tank. Although the yellow tang is pushing it for a 46G. I'm glad that she's getting into the hobby. I finally got my wife into the idea of adding a 125G, assuming I can get a used one for a good price :P
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Yellow tang,
That is a great looking fish. Your girlfriend has really good taste in fish.
When it finishes QT and it's in with the rest post a few pics., I'd like to see it with other fish.
He's looking really healthy, but don't rush it. Give him a couple more weeks.
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Yeah thanks guys! He is looking real good. But yes I won't rush it, thanks. The longer the better/safer. Thanks dylyn!
I know and that's what I said I hope he's not too crampped coming from the vast ocean to 46 gallons! Poor fish! But he seems to be coming along great! With the help of you all! Thanks I sure will post pics when he's ready!
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