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Old 03-02-2015, 06:26 PM   #61
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Old 03-02-2015, 06:28 PM   #62
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Well mine are def peppermint... Completely destroyed 2 Acan frags to skeletons and were picking away at my elegance and duncan...
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Yeah mine are definitely peppermint as well. Hmmmm. Destructive little buggers! :p
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Tank looks good! That's crazy to hear about what those peppermint shrimps did to your coral. I think im done with shrimp. Snatching food out of corals mouths and being greedy... and they are such ninjas! My harlequin was the only one I saw eye to eye with.
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Tank looks good! That's crazy to hear about what those peppermint shrimps did to your coral. I think im done with shrimp. Snatching food out of corals mouths and being greedy... and they are such ninjas! My harlequin was the only one I saw eye to eye with.

Me too! Greedy greedy things.
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Tank looks good! That's crazy to hear about what those peppermint shrimps did to your coral. I think im done with shrimp. Snatching food out of corals mouths and being greedy... and they are such ninjas! My harlequin was the only one I saw eye to eye with.

Thank you. Glad my corals that were being harassed are open and accepting food. I'm done with shrimp. Except my coral banded...
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I excited my peps today as well! Buggers ripped open the mouth of my new frogspawn and tore apart my feather duster. The frogspawn is healing I'm just hoping the feather duster grows back his.. feather dusters?

Glad you were able to remove them. Couldn't believe what I saw from mine... Did you feather duster actually lose its crown or just completely retracted?
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Glad you were able to remove them. Couldn't believe what I saw from mine... Did you feather duster actually lose its crown or just completely retracted?

Completely destroyed the feather parts. There's nothing left but the crown. It's slowly growing back so fingers crossed I suppose... It still comes out there's just nothing much to it. Had to move him to a separate tank to let him heal. Pulled him out right away when I saw them ripping his feathers off.

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It's a worm... but I still feel bad for it lol.
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I've been meaning to ask about this for a few weeks now but kept slipping my mind and was reminded while reading Mr. X's recent post about a skimmer..

Anywho, I have a reef octo NWB110. Comparatively is smaller than the NWB150, however would like to put a pump that was originally suited for the 150 onto my 110, as I feel like the Aquatrance pump that was included just isn't cutting it... Can you oversize a pump, or can you just throttle back the air amount a little bit?
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