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Old 09-25-2011, 01:08 AM   #2641
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All full! Yumm! LOL

But anyways, I've been thinking about my stocklist to finish up this tank. I know I want for sure, no doubt, 5 blue reef chromis. They are in stock at this moment and I can get them BUT I also wanted to add that midas blenny but he's NOT in stock and hasn't been for awhile and I've been on the waitlist forever it seems. Should I just pick another fish and place the order finally? I'm tired of my low action tank. :-( The two tangs, pootie and twitchy are inseparable but if I go near the tank too close they bolt. I would really like to have active fish swimming around and I just know the chromis are what the tank needs.

So should I NOT get the midas and go with something else or wait it out?
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:15 AM   #2642
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go with something else but leave room for him. you know that your 90 is going to need stocking so you can pick him up then?

sweety pie got me hooked on this tomato basil mozzarella thing, its absolutely amazing.
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:20 AM   #2643
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I've got the munchies so bad, some of that tomato basil stuff sounds good. Like a bruschetta. LOL
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we weren't talking about tomatoes earlier where we?
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:29 AM   #2645
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I used to like tomatoes, but my new job won't let me eat any, that's strange huh!
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:31 AM   #2646
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tomatoes sliced on top of fresh mozzarella, fresh basil chopped and sprinkled on top, then evoo and balsamic vinegar drizzled on top of the basil tomato mozzarella once thats all done just lightly salt with course sea salt or kosher salt.

enjoy, its addictive.
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:35 AM   #2647
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That sounds so good! I want italian now. lol I had mexican today, actually quite good.

Just went over to my 125g and I found a huge bristleworm. ugghh...gonna have to get a trap for that guy. We'll have none of them in my tank if I can help it..
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i heard they where ok to have. then i heard they are death incarnate. i dont know what to believe.
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If you can raise the level in the sump you can go longer between top ups or cover the tank on my 175 I can go a week + before the pumps catch air. I top it off with about 5g each time. It may help with the work load a bit. Just kill the pumps and see how much room to spare just add water until it's 3-4" below the top of the sump.
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there's nothing wrong with having a common bristle worm in a reef. it's the eunicid worms, fire worms and oenone fulgida that are mistaken for common bristle worms and cause problems.
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