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Old 10-24-2014, 02:08 PM   #11
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I would re home the blue (ich sucks and a stressed blue is about as close to a guarantee as you can get in this hobby) but you could probably do one of the bristletooths (tomini and like are my favs).

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Skim looks fine to me when it comes to a wet skim. I've never been able to get a skimmer dialed in to a point where mine looks that nice. Skimmers and I simply aren't friends.

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It's funny cause if I adjust it any higher than the lowest setting it starts to flow over into the cup to much. I know it's at the correct depth cause I read where the manufacturer sugsuggest 9in.

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I keep my cup up about 4 inch or I get a swimming pool of skim-mate I like the frothy foamy stuff almost to the point its dry paste but not quite if you know what I mean
but it stinks to high heaven

Fish are like lifesavers
They come in different colors

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