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Old 04-16-2011, 08:35 PM   #111
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Cute!
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:45 AM   #112
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Thanks Kelsey! This guy is already hidden away in a burrow so I pretty much just threw $14 into my tank never to be seen again! LOL
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Old 04-17-2011, 01:54 PM   #113
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Haha yah i got a pair of a hi fin red banded goby and his shrimp for my nano, they got separated right away. Never saw the shrimp again and the fish stay around for about a month and was eating but was so scared of all the bigger fish all the time, he eventually disappeared too

I hope you get lucky and yours pairs up with you watchman!
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They couldn't be further apart in the tank. they are both at complete opposite ends of the 55g. The pistol is a little digger! he had my elegance coral covered in sand this morning. lol I can only see the claws on the shrimp he's so far in there. Oh well.. best intentions
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haha awe well at least you still know where he is!! That's pretty impressive in a 55 gallon : )
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Old 04-17-2011, 02:33 PM   #116
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I'm anal retentive, I HAVE to know where each critter is or I'll break the tank down to find them. I'm really OCD when it comes to my fish tanks. LOL
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carey do you have some new pictures of your tank? im trying to change the position of my powerheads i was cleaning my tank today and i noticed a couple of my rocks had collected detritis on them so i need to change the powerheads around some to hit the dead areas some more need some ideas, right now their on opposite sides of the tank pointed at the front glass
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Old 04-20-2011, 06:23 PM   #118
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I've played around with my ph's too. i used to have them bowing both on the glass and off each other. Since I upgraded I have them both pointing at the rock and each other. I have mad circulation, I follow it sometimes when I feed to make sure theres no dead spots. I also have a fluval pointed at the front glass so I have that too and the skimmer. lol
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do you possibly have a picture? so i can see if its not too much trouble lol
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I took the best shots I could, you can kinda see how they are angled towards the rock.



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