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Old 04-18-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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Blury eyes

hi I noticed on the first day that I got my blue throat trigger(male) has blury eyes but I thought its just because he got stressed out but it has been 2-3 weeks like that, so I am wondering how can I get rid of it... thanks in advance guys
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sorry wrong section can someone transfer this post to "sick fish and coral section"?
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Will do, I'll move it to the sick fish section.

What are your water parameters?
Do you have a QT?
Remember, you are highly overstocked (or were) and might be the beginning of many uphill battles.
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When you say blurry I think you mean cloudy,right. IME making sure of pristine water conditions will help alot. Can you post your water test results.
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Is the same tank as, "this are my set up" thread?
" I have four 3''-4'' fishes: Naso, Blue Powder, regal, and a blue throat trigger.
now all this are small fishes 1'' to 2'' : 4 perculiar,2 purple gobies, 2 blue tang(I know they grow big but cant get them out any more) 1 spotted cardinal, thats about it...

you guys probably think I am crazy but reason y I have soo many fishes is because I just upgrade it to this 90G and all the small fishes that I just mention it was on my 29 gallon before and I had them for more that 4 years therefore I dont want to donate them cuz I have feelings towards them..."
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the par of my tank are 0 ammonia 0 NO3 pH 7.8 light off; 7.9 light on(I am working on it to get to 8.1) i have to do it slowly cuz my dKH is 150, and the temp is 81.
ohh yeah I still have a spare 29 biocube, I might use it for QT, but I think its a bit too expensive for a QT isnt? well I have a spare 15 gallon coleman cooler(the big picnic size) you guys think I can use that for QT

p.s. I still dont understand why my sump has a 0.1 pH higher than my main tank. is that normal; well I just add marine buffer last 4 days so I think its normal right?
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How often are you doing PWC`s? Smaller frequent weekly PWC`s in my tank keep the PH where it needs to be. I know not all salt mixes perform like that. What brand are you using?
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I am using reefsalt from JL(on sale right now) I change my water every 2-4 days (around 4 gallon) since I move this tank from my buddys place 2 weeks ago.
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