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Old 03-13-2005, 12:26 PM   #1
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Update on Hawaiian Red Lobster

Its been about 6 weeks and the lobster hasn't killed any of my fishies which is GOOD. They seem to be getting along just fine. However he's been digging the deepest hole under some live rock and appears to be on his way to China. The main problem other then the rock possibly falling on his head is that the tank has gotten very cloudy from all his digging. At least I'm pretty sure thats what the cloudyness is from. The little bugger won't stop digging. What do do.... what to do.... Maybe he'll stop eventually? hmm.
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Maxi-jet 1200 ph
(1) Hawaiian Red Lobster
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(2) Percula Clownfish
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Old 03-13-2005, 01:29 PM   #2
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Re: Update on Hawaiian Red Lobster

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Maybe he'll stop eventually? hmm.
Doubtful, it's in their nature to burrow. You might try adding some carbon to help with the water clarity.

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Maybe he'll stop eventually? hmm.
Doubtful, it's in their nature to burrow. You might try adding some carbon to help with the water clarity.

Cheers
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Carbon fixed the problem. Thanks steve.
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55 Gallon FOWLR tank
40lbs. LR - www.liverocks.com
100lbs. LS - mixed w/ old castle playsand
Jager 200w heater
Fluval 404 Cannister Filter (carbon & lr rubble)
RO/DI Unit - filterdirect
Maxi-jet 1200 ph
(1) Hawaiian Red Lobster
(1) Yellow Tang
(2) Percula Clownfish
(1) Three Stripe Damsel
(10) Zebra Hermits
(3) Snails
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Old 03-14-2005, 10:56 PM   #4
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Re: Update on Hawaiian Red Lobster

lobster is out and about :p

I take it back... it tried to tear into the yellow tang.

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40lbs. LR - www.liverocks.com
100lbs. LS - mixed w/ old castle playsand
Jager 200w heater
Fluval 404 Cannister Filter (carbon & lr rubble)
RO/DI Unit - filterdirect
Maxi-jet 1200 ph
(1) Hawaiian Red Lobster
(1) Yellow Tang
(2) Percula Clownfish
(1) Three Stripe Damsel
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(3) Snails
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