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Old 01-28-2012, 11:54 AM   #381
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I also like this Wrasse, I think a male and female would be cool to have of this species.
Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Red Tail Flasher Wrasse
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:15 PM   #382
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I still want the tang and maybe 2-3 more small fish. Not sure on adding more wrasses since the sixline and the yellow have been tormenting the red coris wrasse. i only saw him out for like 2 hours yesterday he was hiding under the sand the whole day. :-(
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:34 PM   #383
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I still want the tang and maybe 2-3 more small fish. Not sure on adding more wrasses since the sixline and the yellow have been tormenting the red coris wrasse. i only saw him out for like 2 hours yesterday he was hiding under the sand the whole day. :-(
Maybe he is just getting used to his surroundings. I am sure the Wrasses will get used to their new friend eventually.
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:50 PM   #384
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Youre always the optimist. I hope youre right. Lights have been on for a little bit now and he hasnt come out.
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Youre always the optimist. I hope youre right. Lights have been on for a little bit now and he hasnt come out.
Maybe he will come out if some pellets drop near him. They grow bigger than the Sixline and Coris, right?
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Yeah, if he makes it to adulthood he could probably eat those other two. lol
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Also for this tank's stocklist, I think a pair of some sort of Mandarins would be really cool. However, the only place I can find a pair is Aquacon, and I know that they aren't always reliable either. AND the ones on Aquacon aren't ORA, .

Are there any good places to purchase ORA Mandarin Pairs?

Thanks.
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Yeah, if he makes it to adulthood he could probably eat those other two. lol
Haha, The Sixline and the Yellow Coris should be afraid of him, not the other way around.
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Old 01-29-2012, 06:58 PM   #389
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Two questions tonight.

1. Clams need an established tank, right? How long should I wait to get one?
2. When the cycle is done (I think that it almost is) how large of a water change should I perform?

Thanks a lot everyone!!
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Two questions tonight.

1. Clams need an established tank, right? How long should I wait to get one?
2. When the cycle is done (I think that it almost is) how large of a water change should I perform?

Thanks a lot everyone!!
I'd wait a few months on the clam

As many 40-50% water changes needed to get your trates down to 0 over a period of time
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