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Old 04-26-2012, 12:00 PM   #271
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I was going yo ask about the firefish ha mine is crazy kinda spastic at feeding time
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:09 PM   #272
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In the bicoube I would be lucky to see him twice a week believe it or not. Now, he is front and center in the tank. Feeds really delicately, no spazzing with mine. LOL It's probably cause the tank is full of delicate eaters and the fact that I target feed with a turkey baster. hehe... they dont' have to do much work at all the food is shot right to them.
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:14 PM   #273
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U was going to ask about the fire fish ha mine is crazy and spastic at feeding time and cuddles with the banded coral shrimp at night
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:18 PM   #274
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Haha sorry for a double post phone is wack
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Old 04-26-2012, 04:00 PM   #275
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Just ordered my MP10 so that should be here by Monday. Still working on the skimmer though, might find out today if I have one already or not.

Other than that everything is going well. Still have diatoms but the fish are all happy and eating. It's amazing what the larger tank has done fpr the firefish, he is always out and about now, nice change.

Might pick up some cuc today if they have them AND I should be picking up a new coral I had them hold onto, a peppermint acan.

woohoo! fun fun day ahead, love fish store shopping days! LOL
Yay, new critters! I, too, enjoy fish shopping days! Have fun!
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Old 04-27-2012, 05:00 PM   #276
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I missed the whole build, lol! Can't wait to see it fill in with coral!
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Old 04-28-2012, 01:16 PM   #277
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Thanks Lefty, this has been a slow build since like Christmas LOL.

Still waiting to add more corals, wanna be sure its all good.

The good news is my vortech is coming on wednesday!! So excited! My first real expensive and silly purchase. hehe...
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I'd slowly add coral and a fish. I can't even remember what all your fish stock is...maybe move a clown goby and a coral at first?
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I've already moved the biocube stock over and a few corals. So far I have
2 clowns
firefish
citron goby
mandarin
scooter
YWG

Water parameters have bees stable and good so will most likely add the fish from the 20g this weekend.
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Good to hear that it is going well. I'm still trying to get over all my coral dying in 24 hours after the move to the 55. Def wish I was doing as well as you are with your tank. If you can think of anything as to why mine are dead, def read over my post about it. Can't wait to see the pics of your "finished" project.
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