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Old 04-22-2005, 08:32 AM   #11
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My parametere are all great I didn't experience a spike that i know of when I moved the tank. The small fish load I have and teh amount of live rock should have more than made up for the new sand bed I would have thought.

I'm sure I will get over it...it's just really frustrating that everything was going so well before the move and now I've probably lose $300 or so in corals and fish. It just feels like everytime the tank is doing great some disaster is just waiting to happen.

The good news is nothing has died in a few days(knock on wood) although my piece of superman danae is not looking the best

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