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Old 06-20-2011, 01:58 PM   #1561
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He thankfully doesnt look thin, he was getting a bit chunky for a while. lol Maybe thats natures way of slimming him down. He is alot more active now and hasnt burrowed since last night so I think I'm in the clear. At least in this case. Cause there's always something to worry about.....
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Very good news Carey
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Old 06-20-2011, 05:59 PM   #1563
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:09 PM   #1564
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I haven't posted here in a while since nothing new has gone into the tank adn I haven't yet added corals. BUT today I couldn't resist.

I got myself the tiniest little yellow watchman goby! He's acclimating right now.

I also picked up 5 more blue hermits, sor some reason mine keep dying. :-(
I have a ton of shells in there for them to swap to but for some reason I just find their tiny dead bodies.
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:39 PM   #1565
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I haven't posted here in a while since nothing new has gone into the tank adn I haven't yet added corals. BUT today I couldn't resist.

I got myself the tiniest little yellow watchman goby! He's acclimating right now.

I also picked up 5 more blue hermits, sor some reason mine keep dying. :-(
I have a ton of shells in there for them to swap to but for some reason I just find their tiny dead bodies.
"cough" pictures? Wait.... There are fully aquatic hermit crabs?! Cool!
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: D he's so awesome! He looks like a banana that should be his name! Lol. Cool fish!
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Total cuteness! I was looking at one for my cube too.
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I just got really bored so I totally cleaned the cube. I mean I got the razor blade out and everything. lol

The clowns are harassing the poor new goby, but he just swims right back into their "area" and gets harassed again. Not sure if he's dumb or just gutsy.

I also made a pretty big change, I took out my koralia 425 and out in a Koralia 750 powerhead. While I was cleaning I noticed several dead spots in the sand and under some rocks so I thought I'd give high flow a shot.
I used to use 2 in my 29g straight tank so it shouldnt be to bad.

Now if only I could put the 425 in the pico........
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Oh wow, Carey! You really like high flow in your tanks. I'm still with the stock pump in my cube lol!
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