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Old 07-31-2014, 01:23 PM   #131
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I will be waiting till the lights go out before adding them. My only concern is the foxface. He has not shown any aggression torward the clowns but fish don't like some gish so we will see.

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Old 07-31-2014, 01:41 PM   #132
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I'd be worried about the clowns too honestly. Good luck though
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Old 07-31-2014, 01:52 PM   #133
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I'm torn between the aqua illumination hydra or the ecotech radions. The price tag has me leaning torward the AI but the loads of features that the radions have wanting them. Idk.!...!!
How about some kessils :p


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I was looking at the kessils but i'd need 4 for a 75.

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You have an 8ft 75 gal tank? I'm pretty sure they cover 24"x24" each
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Old 07-31-2014, 10:11 PM   #136
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Even If you need 4, that's still practically the same price as 2 radions.


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Its a 4ft. I seen someone one hear had 4 over a 75. Are they programmable? I want the sunrise sunset feature. I wanted to be able to set up something where random storms show up occasionally.
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There is a couple of photos I was wondering if my pagoda should be opened more or if it is okay, Ive had It for three days. The McCoskers are doing good nothing bothering them at all.

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A little update on the tank the McCoskers are doing great. I picked up a Duncan that is doing good, but my two toadstools are not doing good. Ive had them for about two weeks or so and at first they where doing great but now they only extend there tentacles about 1/4 of the way out. I moved them to a spot with lower flow and a little less light about 4 days ago with no change. Nitrates 5.0 ammonia 0 phosphates 0 nitrite 0 ph 7.8. Any help would be great.

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the more you move leathers the longer it will take to get them to open
I had one that didn't open over 6 months
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