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Old 08-28-2010, 06:48 PM   #11
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lol.... so I got it right? Either way it isn't good for the fish but is far from fatal or anything. Good water and treatment should help get it cleared up.

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Old 08-29-2010, 02:38 AM   #12
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yes.. i have a 34 ish US gal tank.. (i hope.. im confused between us and uk gal and why doesnt everyone just use metric these days anyway.. its SOOOO much easier..

and yes.. the Blue tangs usually like a larger tank.. but the size of this fish is suitable for my tank and by the time it gets big enough to freak out if im not upgrading.. (addicted now) ill find a new home for it.

just replaced my heater after some freak out sessions last night.. i think the thermostat in my cheap aqua one 150 watt heater was faulty.. the tank was 27.5 degrees and the heater was still kicking in and heating the tank..

anyways.. have 200 w eheim Jager now.. its looking more stable and should be able to maintain 26 degrees when the room is cold and the lights are off..

got a great photo of my lil blue tang and cone snail.. crab is hiding at the moment.. (or stuck.. dont know which one yet..)
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