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Old 04-01-2011, 03:57 PM   #41
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Anybody there? LOL

I just moved my skimmer and one koralia over too. Started moving some corals but I'm still unsure if I should. I can't move the fish until I get another set of clowns as I need to introduce them at the same time to the 55g.

So does my rockwork look terrible? I'm trying....
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I think it looks good! And once you put in some coral to break it up it'll be great!
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Old 04-01-2011, 04:00 PM   #43
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Thanks for that. I'm getting antsy. Do you know if my 29g will be ok for a couple of days without the rock, power heads and skimmer?
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not sure about the 29. i would keep a close eye on it. you removed a lot of surface area all of the sudden. what fish are in it still? i don't see any in the pic.
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Old 04-01-2011, 05:27 PM   #45
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I have a pair of b&w oscellaris and a lawnmower blenny. Oh and a sea hare.

I can go tomorrow if necessary to get the other pair of clowns, I was just wanting to monitor the new 55g for a few days.
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I got impatient and put everything but the clowns and an elegance coral into the 55g. I hope my impatience doesn't hurt the fish.

I'm still debating on when to add the clowns. If I move them tonight does anyone think it'd be ok to get the other clowns tomorrow? The ones I have are babies and havent really gotten into territories yet.

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i'm going out of town to myrtle beach til tuesday when i get back i plan to add my first live stock since my tank has been motionless for the last 2 weeks lol tank finally finished that fishless cycle im going to be getting 2x true clowns
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Just finished moving everything including the clowns. How's it look? I'm pretty pleased with it. Tomorrow I will go out and get another pair of clowns and maybe a goby if they are in yet.

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Looks pretty nice, I hope everything does well with the transition!! Do the lights have other settings or is it always that blue? (i like the blue just wondering)

what are you going to do with the 29 gallon now?
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it looks better!
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