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Old 03-21-2011, 08:52 PM   #91
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how about some pics?
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Old 03-23-2011, 11:54 AM   #92
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I will get some pics as soon as possible. I have been feeling a bit under the weather lately, and returned to work today. I'll take some pics if I go home for lunch!
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How old are your clowns? Hopefully you'll be able to figure it out soon!

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Not sure how old they are, but each is a little over an inch long. I'm pretty sure they are ocellaris.
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:37 PM   #95
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Pictures, Finally!

You can barely see part of the pistol shrimp, but this is the shrimp and goby's home.



The yellow tang.



Royal Gramma - love the "scar" over their eyes.



Lastly, here are the zoas.



Those are my new additions... and here is a full shot of the tank! I also have a Koralia pump on the way, to help with circulation.







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Old 03-26-2011, 03:25 AM   #96
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My sand looked like that until I got my bullet goby. He turns my 75 over about once every 24 hours
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Old 03-26-2011, 11:42 PM   #97
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that's diatoms...every new tank will see these. bullet goby or not.
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Old 03-27-2011, 10:48 PM   #98
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So... spent the day with family yesterday and came home last night and saw white spots on the fins of the kole tang, yellow tang, and royal gramma. The clowns and the YWG don't appear to have any spots. All fish are behaving normal - no scratching, all are eating well, normal behavior. Well I got up today and checked on them, and they looked a lot better, thought maybe it was just sand or something, because it was mainly on the Kole.

I've been watching them all day, and no spots on the bodies at all, but just looked again, and the Kole has spots all over its body. They look kind of grayish, but I'm afraid it's ich. The only other tank I have available for a hospital tank is a 10 gallon, which is nowhere big enough to hold a YWG, 2 clowns, royal gramma, yellow and kole tangs.

I'll be going to PetSmart tomorrow I guess to get a better tank for the treatment. This sucks.
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Does anyone know if I could move the corals to the 10 gallon, and do a hyposalinity treatment in the display tank?
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the hypo treatment would probably kill the inverts.
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