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Old 04-08-2005, 10:09 PM   #11
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everything else AHAHAHAHAH
my CBS ate my soft corals quite a bit. i dont like that species in a reef IMO.
featherduster looks great! tentalces splayed oout as far as the eye could see!
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Old 04-09-2005, 01:17 AM   #13
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sorry not yet - please be patient...soon....
and ill post some of my baby Tridacna maxima clams, Pavona sp. frag, Acropora sp. frags, and my 3" T. derasa clam. patience....
for now check out my member gallery...post some comments
once my gf visits with her digi cam pics will be posted...
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Old 04-09-2005, 11:59 AM   #14
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Hey i have a massive coral banded shrimp and 3 small peppermint shrimps. So far they havent atacked each other (after about a week). I got the shrimps because i have a big pest anemone problem im trying to resolve. So far the shrimps havnt touched them as far as i can tell but my big feather duster is still in good shape. Glad i read this post so i can keep an eye on everything.
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:20 PM   #15
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YOur big duster may be safe. I was more concerned about my numerous small ones that came in on the LR. For now I'll just feed the pep so he doesn't get too hungry. Feed him, that is, unitl I catch him!!
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SG 1.024, temp 79.5, pH 8.4

Livestock I added:

1 skunk cleaner. 12 hermits: red, scarlet, blue. 15 or so assorted snails. Discosomas, Ricordia, Rhodactis mushroom corals, chaetomorpha (sump), 1 feather duster, Montipora digitata, Montipora capricornis, Montipora hispids. assorted zoos, Xenia, Kenya tree coral, green Sinularia, green star polyps, branching hammer coral, bubble coral, Devil's hand leather. Yellow chromis, purple firefish.

Hitchhikers: the usual suspects :crabs, bristles, urchin, mantis shrimp (now in exile in mantis tank)

List of possible/likely newcomers:

Feather duster. PJ cardinal, Bangghai cardinal, Firefish goby, Clownfish, Neon goby, Yellow watchman goby, Orchid dottyback. Various corals.
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yeah i have three pepermints and i saw them eating a new ricordia mushroom the other day so a coral banded shrimp will get rid of them for me
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poor ricordia :'(
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