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Old 09-05-2011, 09:20 AM   #91
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I am constantly picking my zooas up off the sandbed in my 20g. LOL It's my pesky emerald crabs I bet. Love them though even if they wreak havoc overnight. hehe
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Old 09-05-2011, 10:33 AM   #92
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I am constantly picking my zooas up off the sandbed in my 20g. LOL It's my pesky emerald crabs I bet. Love them though even if they wreak havoc overnight. hehe
I think it was my Lemonpeel angel. I saw him pick at the little rock where the zoas were. Either that or a snail.
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Ok, so I decided to move my wrasse to my 55. He is acclimating.
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:29 AM   #94
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Ok, so I decided to move my wrasse to my 55. He is acclimating.
You have a 55? I wanna see pics! Haha what is you stocklist in there?
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:32 AM   #95
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You have a 55? I wanna see pics! Haha what is you stocklist in there?
Oh no you don't! Lol It is a huge work in progress and looks very bad. The fish are Blue Hippo tang clownfish and Niger triggerfish. Don't worry though I will be upgrading to a bigger tank.
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Oh no you don't! Lol It is a huge work in progress and looks very bad. The fish are Blue Hippo tang clownfish and Niger triggerfish. Don't worry though I will be upgrading to a bigger tank.
Upgrade to a 125+ gallon tank for the tang when you do BTW. What type of clown?
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:36 AM   #97
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Upgrade to a 125+ gallon tank for the tang when you do BTW. What type of clown?
Ok thanks. It is just an ocellaris clown! When I bought the tank of craigslist it came with 2 clowns (1 died) and the tang.
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My clownfish has a white spot on it's eye....
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My clownfish has a white spot on it's eye....
He still has it....I'm hoping it will go away by itself
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Shot of the zoas. Anyone know the name?
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