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Old 01-19-2014, 07:30 PM   #141
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Ok, great BUT where are the pictures! LOL

I loved my cleaners, they were always very active and friendly unlike my fire shrimp. lol

Good luck! I hope you did a nice slow acclimation as shrimp can be very very fussy about new tanks.
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Old 01-19-2014, 08:25 PM   #142
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Pictures are for sure on the way when I get home! Thanks!
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:56 AM   #143
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Old 01-21-2014, 06:25 PM   #144
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Aww love those guys! Im still scared to put any in the 180g as if you remember some fish killed all the ones I had and I still have those fish. lol

Glad its coming together for you!
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Old 01-21-2014, 09:08 PM   #145
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Thanks Carey! I love this little fellow. Maybe you could put one in the 40g or 60g?
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Do you still have Mr. Fire shrimp?
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How is your tank? I'm ready to fill mine up, besides the fact that I need live rock and a few other doo-dads. Do you have a protein skimmer, and what type of machinery do you use for water changes? Did you replace the bio balls? I apologize for my many never ending questions.
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How is your tank? I'm ready to fill mine up, besides the fact that I need live rock and a few other doo-dads. Do you have a protein skimmer, and what type of machinery do you use for water changes? Did you replace the bio balls? I apologize for my many never ending questions.

Hi there! Everything is okay other than the fact that my Clown has ich. I am going to be setting up my quarantine tank soon to treat him. I do not have a protein skimmer, and I use an Aqueon water changer for water changes (only for the siphoning out part). I actually do not use the bio balls in mine.....just filter media.

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Hi there! Everything is okay other than the fact that my Clown has ich. I am going to be setting up my quarantine tank soon to treat him. I do not have a protein skimmer, and I use an Aqueon water changer for water changes (only for the siphoning out part). I actually do not use the bio balls in mine.....just filter media.

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Aw, poor clown! I'm planning on getting two, the larger one, although female, will be named Marlin, the smaller one, Nemo Your clown is gorgeous! Such a shame. My finger spazzed, sorry if you got a notification or something. Didn't get to finish. Anyway, are you adding corals? Sorry if you mentioned this earlier in the thread!
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Aw, poor clown! I'm planning on getting two, the larger one, although female, will be named Marlin, the smaller one, Nemo Your clown is gorgeous! Such a shame. My finger spazzed, sorry if you got a notification or something. Didn't get to finish. Anyway, are you adding corals? Sorry if you mentioned this earlier in the thread!

I have loved all the Clowns I have/have had! They are probably my absolute favorite saltwater fish....no tank is complete without them in my opinion. Personally, I will not be adding coral because I am nervous about the toxin in some of them, that is just me though. I get most of my enjoyment from my fish anyway.

I bet you are so excited to start up the tank!
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