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Old 07-07-2012, 09:31 PM   #361
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It's all good. But thanks. Been wondering where you'd been bear, you always respond to my posts. Anyway...I'll say it is in honor of your return, but here are my 2 new guys in acclimation. One rose bta and a gold maxima clam. Digging a piece of LR for the clam out of my 36 as we speak.
They look good!

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Old 07-07-2012, 10:08 PM   #362
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They came in seperatw bags. I was eusjed to acclimate since i was going to murrysville. They only ended up in there for 10 min and did great at adjusting to the tank. The clam needs to set his foot though, picked him off of his side in the sand twice. I gave him a nice rock. The nem was under an overhang where i left him away from corals. He was put there on purpose.
Oh, gotcha, sounds great!
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Old 07-08-2012, 12:57 PM   #363
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Ok. Just got back from Erie. Before you ask, no there aren't any new additions. My tank is very full now. Just wanted to give the updated pics of my maxima and rbta. The rbta, though beautiful, decided that he wanted to live at the back of the tank...

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Wow.. That's a beautiful clam.. Hope the rbta moves for you! Can you see it at all or is it really hard to look at?
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Just hard to look at.
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You could move your powerheads or something, but you have to make sure the other corals are happy of course too.
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I ended up moving the rock so it is now in the front. Here is hoping I didn't damage the foot.
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The only problem with that is that if it isn't comfortable, it's not gonna stay there, it might move right back.
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It can't, I moved the entire rock. It was one of the top arches and is no longer an arch.
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It can't, I moved the entire rock. It was one of the top arches and is no longer an arch.
Why can't the rbta move itself? I thought they'd move to where they are happy.
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