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Old 08-18-2011, 03:00 PM   #11
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Well todays another day and the yeloow wathcman is back to his yellow color. Maybe not as bright as he was when I first got him but his color is now normal for for him.

I'm guessing the stress of the pwc made him change color. Just worried about the next pwc though, don't want him stressed out once a week.
Don't you think 15% water change every other week would suffice.Frequent water changes do stress all livestock to a certain degree.In my experience.
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In this particular tank though it needs it. I have to overfeed for the scooter and the mandarin and I like to keep 0 trates so it's a must for the cube.

The goby has gone back to a very pale yellow again, I don't think he likes the new addtitons to the tank I put in today. LOl silly little fish. I'm sure he'll bounce back since the clowns arent going to bother him, heck, they havent even gone near the sandbed yet. hehe
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In this particular tank though it needs it. I have to overfeed for the scooter and the mandarin and I like to keep 0 trates so it's a must for the cube.

The goby has gone back to a very pale yellow again, I don't think he likes the new addtitons to the tank I put in today. LOl silly little fish. I'm sure he'll bounce back since the clowns arent going to bother him, heck, they havent even gone near the sandbed yet. hehe
My mistake,I thought you were talking about the 125.
You do realize that if you keep adding tanks you might want to make sure your feet aren't starting to grow skin between your toes.LOL
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If it did I'd have to upgrade tanks to like a 500g so i could literally swim with the fishies! LOL
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