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Old 08-25-2014, 10:59 PM   #281
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oh, I appreciate it. Just wish they werent so darn expensive. They used to be $40 and now they are well over $100. Just dont get the fish pricing thing lol
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Old 08-28-2014, 05:53 PM   #282
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Thanks bribo, I would love to get one but the price tag is scaring me away. :-(

I am going to have to cut my fish spending for the next few months as I need to buy a new computer for the new warcraft expansion coming in November. lol

I also blew alot of my budget this month on the radion getting fixed. booooo......

Ooooo! New computer! Speaking of electronics, how are you liking your iPhone now that it has been a few months?

The 60g is coming along well!
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Old 08-28-2014, 08:16 PM   #283
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Got the rockscape finished and its in the 60g now. Looks ok, just have to adjust the structures.

I also picked up a 35g tank and stand for some betta fish I am working on saving from their little cups. lol Pictures below of whats been up.

I love my iphone btw, I use the camera on it now for my pictures instead of my phone. lol Its very neat and I am looking forward to the iphone 6, whenever it gets released.



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Old 08-28-2014, 08:51 PM   #284
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Forgot to mention, lo, my radion will be getting here tomorrow!!! The tracking shows tomorrow anyway lol....Cant wait to be able to program it and see how it looks!
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LOL, Almost forgot.....I have the rock in the 60g and added a half bottle of dr tims stuff. I had the remaining piece of the toadstool still in the tank and the rotting took the ammonia to about 2ppm. Just tested the water and its still at 2ppm. No nitrites either. Trace nitrates. So it looks like a cycle is going on, hopefully it wont be long with the dr tims stuff. lol
I really need to move some coral around, they are taking a beating from the sand sifting goby in the 40b, there is just not enough room in the tank for them all. I also have the elephant mushroom in the 180g that pootie tang is CONSTANTLY moving and the mushroom is coming dislodged from the rocks its on. I just epoxied all the rocks together that its stuck on and pootie already has moved it twice. he just does not like corals in certain places it seems. Silly fish is giving me grief.
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Cool scape! I will follow along for the Betta adventure too, I love them. The iPhone 6 will be announced September 9! Likely release for the 19. Can't wait!
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Carey liveaquaria.com has the white tail bristletooth tangs in stock again I just ordered on from them. I remember me and you having a conversation about them forever ago.
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$269-300 is steep. I missed one at an old LFS I used to go to a few months back and they had it for $99. Cool fish, but not $250+ cool, IMO.


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Pays to know my LFS owner. I didn't pay nearly what they are asking for mine


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Carey liveaquaria.com has the white tail bristletooth tangs in stock again I just ordered on from them. I remember me and you having a conversation about them forever ago.
Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: White Tail Bristletooth Tang, Ctenochaetus flavicauda



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Wow, good catch! That has been out of stock since 2011 when Carey first introduced it to her "want" list. Unless there was another time it came back where I didn't see, LOL. It does carry a hefty price tag though unfortunately.
WOW though!
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