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Old 04-03-2011, 06:00 PM   #21
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Old 04-03-2011, 06:15 PM   #22
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Yea man I just noticed that once u reply to a thread it pops up back to the top lol
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Old 04-07-2011, 08:05 PM   #23
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Ok I tested my water ammonia 0ppm nitrite 0 alkalinity 180 ph 8.4 nitrate 20 ?
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sounds like your cycle is done congrats how long did it take you from start to finish
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Since march3 thanks man I'm so happy I went through the cycle without having any fish dieing :,) proud tears
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Old 04-07-2011, 08:39 PM   #26
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i tried it that way as well it made it worse lol maybe that was just me though
That didn't work for me ether.
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Since march3 thanks man I'm so happy I went through the cycle without having any fish dieing :,) proud tears
so what are your plans for fish?
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I dint kno I have two damels in now and a yellow and purple fish I want some clowns and I dnt kno do you have any ideas?
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that yellow and purple fish is a bi-color psudochomis and they can be a real pain, mine is the rulor of my tank. he is so bad that I am not able to add any other fish. those damsels are going to give you problems. See if your LFS would take them back.
remember that clowns are Damsels, so 4 damsels is way to much for an 84g.
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that yellow and purple fish is a bi-color psudochomis and they can be a real pain, mine is the rulor of my tank. he is so bad that I am not able to add any other fish. those damsels are going to give you problems. See if your LFS would take them back.
remember that clowns are Damsels, so 4 damsels is way to much for an 84g.
These are not the yellow tail damsels they are a blue green damsel is that still a problem?
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