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Old 08-15-2013, 04:30 AM   #11
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It might be a spanish hogfish.

A few questions. How did you cycle your tank? Also, how long has this tank been set up? What kind of equipment do you have? What is your light?

It seems waaaay too early in your tanks life to be adding a nem to it and it will most likely die if it stays in.
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I have had this tank 6months now,
So has been true it cycle and all water levels as they should pet, and yes I think that what the lfs said he was, a spanish hogfish, he loojs happy enoigh now, the shrimo r leaving him alone and he seems more relaxed in my tank, and he eat this morning if he starts to look unwell again I will take him back to my lfs
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I have had this tank 6months now,
So has been true it cycle and all water levels as they should pet, and yes I think that what the lfs said he was, a spanish hogfish, he loojs happy enoigh now, the shrimo r leaving him alone and he seems more relaxed in my tank, and he eat this morning if he starts to look unwell again I will take him back to my lfs
What about the equipment on your tank including lights?

What exactly are the parameters of your tank?
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nitrate and nitrite r 0, ph8.0, salt readings a bit high at 1.026,
I have to white t5 bulbs and 2bkue t5 bulbs and a night light
Everything seems ok in my tank at present
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