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Old 11-30-2011, 11:49 PM   #561
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the fish died and i figure it cant hurt
Your fish died because of ich? How many fish did you have?
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You can lower salinity as well. I can't remember the exacts off hand. From what I remember 1.09 but could b wrong. Do u have any corals
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That's hypo what I said earlier
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That's hypo what I said earlier
I know. Just tryin to help zach out if he didn't know the term
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ya, im just letting it 6-8 weeks
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Ok Zack if u are truely gonna let it sit do yourself a favor and over the next 6 weeks or so scoure the internet read some books and fine tune your set-up so when you are ready to start over you will be prepared for the journey.
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600+ posts on a 20 gallon, in which most posts are regarding overstocking plans & yet there are no living fish anymore? Stop. Educate. After a long while, proceed with great caution.

Start with 1 fish regardless of tank size. If it lives a few months, add another. Repeat until you think you are 1/2 stocked then stop.
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can i keep other shrimp with theese guys?Harlequin Shrimp
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can i keep other shrimp with theese guys?Harlequin Shrimp
Only eats starfish. U wanna keep shelling out money for starfish so it can eat, go for it. I wouldn't.
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