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Old 01-08-2014, 03:08 AM   #831
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Love those guys! Great picture!
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Id like to have one but i think my triggerfish would not appreciate him at all......maybe put on in the sump ?
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:15 PM   #833
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Id like to have one but i think my triggerfish would not appreciate him at all......maybe put on in the sump ?
As long as you have enough for him to eat. I'm sure you know but just in case you don't they will release a purple dye that is toxic if harmed.
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Yep thats why i never got for the main tank., i assume they just graze on algae and gunk ?
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:28 PM   #835
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Yep thats why i never got for the main tank., i assume they just graze on algae and gunk ?
Yes. Mine mows algae like no other but is a poop FACTORY!! But it's easier to remove his logs than hair algae lol.
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Yes. Mine mows algae like no other but is a poop FACTORY!! But it's easier to remove his logs than hair algae lol.
Just how big are these beauties? And do the climb up and over your rocks ? And are they reef safe?
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Lemon peel angles are pretty hard on corals IMO.
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:29 PM   #838
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Just how big are these beauties? And do the climb up and over your rocks ? And are they reef safe?
Yes they are reef safe. Yes they climb on everything so make sure powerheads and intakes are covered so they don't get sucked in. Mine is about six inches long & I believe max size is one foot for the dwarfs.

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Any updates on your corals and the led lighting?
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Old 01-18-2014, 05:21 PM   #840
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Well I think the leathers are getting used to the lighting finally. I have moved up to 50% 50% on the blues and whites and they are open and looking pretty good. The giant toadstool is now a very light beige color now, much lighter than it used to be and the polyps arent extending as long as they used to but it looks a 1000 times better.
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