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Old 12-13-2011, 01:08 PM   #81
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Is that issue still out on the store shelves' right now?
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Old 12-13-2011, 01:56 PM   #82
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Yes, it's the newest issue, also if u have an iPhone u get all the coral magazines free & quicker threw their free app. I u don't have an iPhone u can still buy the issue thow
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:57 PM   #84
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Is that App only for IPhone's or can other smartphones get that app?
I hope I can find that magainze when I get off work sure do want to read that article
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I read it on my iPad. Very good article.
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:04 PM   #86
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I would hope they have the app across the smartphone board but I can only speak 4 the iPhone, u'll have to check ur app store, I just searched "Coral Magazine" in my app store....also I just left my LFS, beefing up my CUC again, & they had it the issue for sale at counter by check out. Hope urs has it b/c just like most their articles it's a good one & a couple beautiful pics.
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Thanks for the info. I just downloaded it to my iPhone and wlll get the iPad next.
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Interesting articles. IF you have the time to follow the author's routine, you may be successful in a smaller tank. I can only point to the numerous threads posted here about mandarins dying within months in smaller tanks. True, the owners did NOT follow the instructions, but even those that tried had problems. On the other hand, in my 125 started with 180 pounds of uncured LR there was no way I could get a mandarin to eat anything but live pods. They were plentiful and I only saw my mandarin every few days when it came back out from the rocks to forage for a bit out in plain site. Definitely the mos interesting fish to watch feed as it moved from spot to spot hunting and feeding.
I lost my mandarin last year after 6 years due to my lackof tank maintenance.
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Old 12-14-2011, 09:49 AM   #89
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I cant download the article....are there any high points that I should know about? I've had my mandarin and scooter in my tank for months and I'm curious if I'm doing the right things. lol My mandarin is quite fat and happy by the way, at least right now....

Thanks for any help you guys can give me, I wish i had a stupid iphone!
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Lots of good points, I suppose that one of the major things I took away from it is that a healthy mandarin has the body shape of a "little plump sausage" ....... Love my iPhone, it's my 1st addiction with my saltwater aquarium coming in close 2nd
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