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Old 07-15-2008, 04:13 PM   #11
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oh and my liverocks seem to be changing colors....like red....is that normal???
That depends. Is it "hard" red that doesn't come off, or "soft/slimy" red that brushes off the rock in sheets?
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I would not add a hawkfish as your first fish because of the eventual territorial nature when trying to add other fish down the road. Yes all fish become territorial, but hawkfish have strong jaws that can inflict quite a bit of damage. I would add a hawkfish close to last on a fishlist and especially in small aquaria.
I agree with James. The hawkfish should be last.
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That depends. Is it "hard" red that doesn't come off, or "soft/slimy" red that brushes off the rock in sheets?
it looks like somebody painted the rock red...it isn't soft
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Then it's coralline algae... that's a good thing and is perfectly normal. Means your tank is maturing nicely.
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