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Old 04-14-2008, 01:29 PM   #1
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Naso Stop eating!!!

I had this naso for about 2 weeks, it stop eating about 2 days ago. most likely I was moving things on my sump because after that night I notices that I he stop eating. please help!!!
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try feeding it nori, vegetables is important in their diet
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sorry what is nori? is a kinna food?
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they wrap sushi in it, type of seaweed
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Ok, you have at least three fish that are too big for a 90 gallon tank (Naso Tang, Powder Blue Tang and a Regal Angelfish). What else do you have in there?
How old is your tank?
Which order have you added the fish in?
What are your water parameters?
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I know I have too many fish in there well I have a blue throat as well but the others are small ones well the tank has been running for 2ish years and I bought it from my friend since he has to move oversea so yap...
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In your other thread, you told us not to tell you that you were overstocked. But you are. And until you do something about it, you'll have problems. That's just the way it is.
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Ok, you have at least three fish that are too big for a 90 gallon tank (Naso Tang, Powder Blue Tang and a Regal Angelfish). What else do you have in there?
How old is your tank?
Which order have you added the fish in?
What are your water parameters?
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I can't reconcile these 2 statements... Do you continue to add more fish after you got the tank?

'so a 90 gallon built in overflow(My friend had it running for 3 years now I just moved it to my place around a month)'

'I had this naso for about 2 weeks'

from 2 different threads but it makes it sound as if you have added fish AFTER you moved the tank.
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well I didnt get any of his fishes he sold all of them cuz I want to have my own
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