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Old 12-15-2011, 12:10 PM   #201
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ok I can do that I have Brine, Bloodworms, and Mysis so ill try each of them.

My wrasse is becoming the tanks boss hes staked out his turff I think because hes flashing nonstop and chasing everything out of his bubble hes made.

Also what size shells and how do i find them can i get for dwarf yellow tip hermits? they are all about 1 1/2inch shells right now but are all broken and boring would like to get some new shells for them if they want to switch out.
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:32 AM   #202
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One of my clown fish seems to be only hanging out in the same spot for the last 2 days while the other one is constantly out and about. is there a reason for this? the 2 clowns are fighting maybe they are determining who will be female? the one that is hiding is the smaller one of the two.

also the fish only are ever in the right half of the tank is there a reason for this? Is the flow wrong? whats the deal?
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:48 AM   #203
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my clowns tend to hang out in the back right corner of my 125g, they dont explore very much. It's kinda how clowns are. lol As they get more accustomed to the tank I;m sure they will get around the tank more.
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Old 12-17-2011, 10:51 AM   #204
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ok good just didnt want something to be wrong.
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just keep an eye on them is the best advice. The dominance thing with the fighting can get pretty bad so just be watchful. Mine fought horribly for about a month before they settled down. The two I have in my 125g didnt fight at all so go figure. lol
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Old 12-17-2011, 11:55 AM   #206
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They were so friendly at first with one another. They don't fright at all when I feed at least so everyone gets food. My scooter excepted brine shrimp so I'm going go get him going on that then maybe mix some mysis in with his food or blood worns beings brine have little nutrition
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Old 12-18-2011, 04:05 PM   #207
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well here are some updated pictures, I went a bit wild on corals last night my LFS had 30% off sale and I got a bunch of frags for a great price. Also I have added a McCooskers Flasher Wrasse and a scooter bleeny that I have in 2 days trained him to eats cyclops and baby brine shrimp (I feel he may have been fed this way in the past haha) however enough talk heres the pictures.

Scoot Blenny


Some Mushrooms idk what kind and some Polyps



Hammer Coral


Duncan 3 head for 10 bucks


The rest im not sure so please tell me what they are if you know.



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Old 12-18-2011, 04:05 PM   #208
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Heres some pictures of the over all tank.

Full tank:


Right Side:


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well here are some updated pictures, I went a bit wild on corals last night my LFS had 30% off sale and I got a bunch of frags for a great price. Also I have added a McCooskers Flasher Wrasse and a scooter bleeny that I have in 2 days trained him to eats cyclops and baby brine shrimp (I feel he may have been fed this way in the past haha) however enough talk heres the pictures.

Scoot Blenny

Some Mushrooms idk what kind and some Polyps

Hammer Coral

Duncan 3 head for 10 bucks

The rest im not sure so please tell me what they are if you know.

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The unknowns look like an acropora of some sort, an acan, and a birdsnest - the birdsnest and acro need high flow and very high light to survive.

All look good - nice pick-ups.
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The unknowns look like an acropora of some sort, an acan, and a birdsnest - the birdsnest and acro need high flow and very high light to survive.

All look good - nice pick-ups.
The birdsnest is in on the very top under the lights and has a power head right next to it blowing on it. The acro I will move up into the same conditions.
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