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Old 07-19-2008, 08:45 PM   #31
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The HLLE will probably take care of itself with excellent water quality. JMO
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Old 07-20-2008, 03:36 PM   #32
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Here's a few shots of my blue tang. I don't think your's has HLLE, just poor water quality that needs to be fixed immediately.
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Old 07-20-2008, 03:50 PM   #33
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he's a bueat, done another change today and just gota keep doing it i got some phosguard to get rid of the cyano.my tang and 2 maroon clowns have bin fighting and thats why im missing parts of there fins,i hope and pray,but other than that they are loking and eating well, thats why i didnt think there was anythink wrong till got water tested,like i said before this is our first tank and we went marine jumped in head first lol,thanks for replys
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these are the best ones i could get?
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He really looks nice. I see what looks like white specks or is that just the glass.
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Mike, if you mean the specks in my picks, it's just particulate in the tank. The tang has no spots. He spent a full 30 days in QT before getting added. I am very carefull since I had that Ich outbreak a few years ago.
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No not yours Cmor. I`m talking about Tony`s and Stacy`s. It might not be but if you look hard you see some white specks thay could be on the glass or maybe even some microbubbles.
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no them white marks are on the fish,any ideas what it is?
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Are they marks or are they like salt or sugar granules?
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more like a powder stain velvety if you know what i mean?
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