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Old 04-22-2011, 10:33 PM   #541
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I thought you wanted clownfish?
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:34 PM   #542
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yeah i was told a pair is to much so i decided on 1 false perc 2clown gobies
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:36 PM   #543
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I would stick with that. That way you'll have extra room for shrimp or a star. The gobies I'm getting are gonna be less than an inch big.
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i heard clown gobies only get to an inch 1.5"
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:40 PM   #545
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The pandas are cute, but tiny. Mine hides so deep in a piece of lr it takes removing the rock and using a flashlight to see it! Just a warning cause I know how particular you are about knowing where your livestock is.
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Old 04-22-2011, 11:04 PM   #546
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I hadn't thought of that. I hope the candcane and citron don't do that, at an inch even in a cube I'd be hard pressed to find them if they wanna not be found
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You can be cycled and still get a spike, a long term stable tank wouldn't but certainly a brand new tank will over the slightest of things. Most new tanks have minor swings throughout the day, which is why sensitive creatures like nems shouldn't be added.
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The citrons are good. They seem to like attention and hang out on the upper parts of the tank. My brown morph reminds me of my cichlids when it comes to personality!!
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The citrons are good. They seem to like attention and hang out on the upper parts of the tank. My brown morph reminds me of my cichlids when it comes to personality!!
if only all my fish had the personality of my cichlids LOL.
My clowns and blenny are quite the characters. Why I must have a blenny.
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Did my morning tests and it doesn't seem too good.

ammonia- lightest tinge of green but I'll go and say .25
nitrites- none
nitrates- 10 on API and 2.5 on salifert test

All the cuc in there seem to be doing fine and the pods are still crawling all over the rock and glass.

I'm guessing the extra purple LR I put in is causing a spike. Any idea how long this will last? I've always been super lucky with cycling.
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