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Old 02-17-2012, 11:51 AM   #351
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You'd probably be fine with plus. Deluxe adds another Di chamber and a tds meter.
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Old 02-17-2012, 02:02 PM   #352
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Yay! Went to the local reef store. They hand pick their fish and can get me what I want usually can y'all tell. Me what this is and if it's reef safe.
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Old 02-17-2012, 02:11 PM   #353
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That is a squareback anthias. I have a pair in my 125g. They are reef safe but can be kind of hard as far as feeding.
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That is a squareback anthias. I have a pair in my 125g. They are reef safe but can be kind of hard as far as feeding.
:/ awe! Do you have a hard time with them?

The lady there said I can get a mandarins once my tank is more established and I grow the pods needed but I've read on here they are still tough. Is this the sane with those?
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Well good news on pods my tank is just over a month or so established and i woke up turned the lights on to see 1million white dots everywhere pods?!?! The clowns and damsels ae going nuts eating them all. Question is are there more hiding in the rockwork that will reproduce?
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Caitlyn i cant read your comment about mandarins.... haha it wont show up. All i know is that they are great fish, but hard to feed and only an expert should keep them IMO.
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Old 02-17-2012, 05:14 PM   #357
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The anthias can be picky about their food, but not nearly as bad as a mandarin. My first squareback anthias didnt eat and died. I am on my second and third now and they are eating machines. lol
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Old 02-17-2012, 06:07 PM   #358
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:/ awe! Do you have a hard time with them?

The lady there said I can get a mandarins once my tank is more established and I grow the pods needed but I've read on here they are still tough. Is this the sane with those?
Well that was weird! I hope y'all can see it now!
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I cant see it now... Haha when i see the threads on the news feed it says the first few lines of what you are talking about, but then i click on the thread and what you said is blank
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I have no idea what's going on! So weird! I hope y'all can see this one.

I've read on here that mandarins are very hard to get to eat! The last I was talking to today told me that they can be in a tank that has been around for a while which gave me hope because they are so pretty??

So they other fish aren't has hard to feed carey? They are so pretty!

I really am dying to get my tank set up!!!
This is tanking so long lol. But I know it is so worth it!
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