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Old 02-12-2014, 07:45 PM   #111
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Update: it's been about 20 minutes since introducing the chromis and they are swimming in a little group together near the sand. If they live for 24 hours then I know the 85% water change to natural sea water worked!!!
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Update: it's been about 20 minutes since introducing the chromis and they are swimming in a little group together near the sand. If they live for 24 hours then I know the 85% water change to natural sea water worked!!!
Lets hope they live!
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Lets hope they live!

Yes hopefully
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Are they still alive?

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Yes, all six of them are swimming together in a little group so far it's been about 21 hours with them in there and they are well! I guess the 80% water change to natural sea water works! We'll have to wait two weeks to make sure about that lol Click image for larger version

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Yes, all six of them are swimming together in a little group so far it's been about 21 hours with them in there and they are well! I guess the 80% water change to natural sea water works! We'll have to wait two weeks to make sure about that lol
Looking great, hopefully you can get rid of those fake corals and get some real ones soon enough (jk)
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Looking great, hopefully you can get rid of those fake corals and get some real ones soon enough (jk)

Haha if only I had the money, experience, and lights 😜
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Haha if only I had the money, experience, and lights dde1c
I got $200 of soft coral the 2nd week after my 37g cycled. (it was my first SW) you dont have to have much experience for soft coral. Now ive got a few thousand into coral, ive been in the hobby for about a year now. I think you would be a good reefer, just takes time and effort.

But of course you dont need to spend a bunch of money on coral, i would say $200 could get you lights and some softies.

Best of luck my friend!
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