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Old 06-05-2011, 07:44 PM   #1381
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Super news! i told you to look on the positive side. LOL
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Old 06-05-2011, 07:48 PM   #1382
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lol i dont see any dead bodies so they must be hiding away
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Old 06-05-2011, 11:09 PM   #1383
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I would put the live rock back in first off and let it settle overnight. My pod tank took over a day to clear up. I'd leave off the powerhead for now but keep whatever filter you have running I;d think to help clear it up.

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Thank you thank you thank you!

Was nervous I screwed my parents' tank up...haha 20 g is a lot bigger than my baby 6 g tank!
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Old 06-06-2011, 02:45 AM   #1384
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Compared to leopard wrasses, mandarin gobys are for newbs haha. My LFS went through 6 before they found a pair that lived and actually bred in their 800g display.
Wrong fish gobys are beginner fish we're talking about dragonets.
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Old 06-06-2011, 02:47 AM   #1385
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I guess I just call them Mandarin gobys. A google search revealed to me that they are the same fish :P
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I love my mandarin, she was curious about flakes and swam to the top with the clowns to see what they were! They are amazing to watch!
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LOL. I can't wait to get mine! I'd love to put it in the cube but i think that's too small, but I bet if I put one in the 125g I'd never see it. :-(

Such decisions LOL
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Keep the 55! There, problem solved
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Keep the 55! There, problem solved
exactly keep 55 and build it around the manderin
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I was actually thinking on keeping it, but I was thinking just a fowlr. I might have the sandperch from my cube to deal with if he isn't reef safe or if he gets vicious. Stupid petco and their mislabeling.

I also would love to have the $500 or so I'd get from the 55g, I could buy more livestock for the 125g or new bulbs.
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