Well, the water the fish came from in the 125g had nitrates but the 180g doesnt so I cant see that being an issue. There were no nitrites of course in either tank or ammonia.
We just finished getting the 125g emptied, boy did pootie put up a fight! Ws like deep sea fishing getting him in a net and him jumping. lol AND we found the pistol shrimp!!! We've only seen him 3 times now, when we got him, moved him tot he 125 and today. lol he is quite big, got a pretty good shot of him though so I will post the photos later.
Twitchy found a cave right away, the tomini is ok but pootie is not looking happy at all. He's breathing heavy and just overall doesnt look good. :-( The naso is in too and he is swimming around looking pretty happy already, he was getting dark spots in the bucket from stress but he went in and they disappeared.
The perculas are in the biocube right now, we are planning to empty the 60g next and putting in fresh rock after we get the aipastia rock out. So, the happy fish go in the cube, then to the 60g again. lol It's musical fish over here right now.
Just waiting for the water to clear in the 125g and I will fish out the hermits and snails, water got quite cloudy from all the fish catching. I have the 180g under blues only so hoping that helps them transition better.
We are going to put all the aiptasia rock back into the 125g and nuke it with ammonia, cant wait to see those guys dead. THEN the tank goes up for sale. And the biocube too.
I made a decision to get a custom stand made for the 60g rimless so we are gonna keep that instead of get a Nuvo, it will cost less in the end and we like the rimless look. lol
Sorry this is so long, just so much to say today! I also took pictures of one of the few white tangs in the world today, my lfs
in Orlando has had one for a few years now and he is awesome! Pictures arent the best but you can see him mostly.
Thanks red for following along and your support, I really appreciate it. Makes me think someone cares.