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Old 06-23-2011, 03:04 AM   #11
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Just though i would chime in.. You are not putting copper in with corals in the tank? Because once you use copper in a tank you can't have corals. I don't know if you are using a qt tank. Just thought I would give u the info.
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Old 06-23-2011, 07:57 AM   #12
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Just though i would chime in.. You are not putting copper in with corals in the tank? Because once you use copper in a tank you can't have corals. I don't know if you are using a qt tank. Just thought I would give u the info.
Yep, using a qt tank.
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Old 06-23-2011, 01:26 PM   #13
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Alright good choice. Slot of lfs say use copper based products and that is fine unless you want to have a reef tank and you don't have a qt.
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Well the female one passed away too. I tried hard, so I feel good about that.
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You did everything you could have. I'm so sorry to hear about your clowns, they were adorable!

How are the chromis?
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You did everything you could have. I'm so sorry to hear about your clowns, they were adorable!

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Chromis are good. Clear skin, acting normal, and eating. This powder thing only got my clowns. At least I will know it's brooklynella amd to give formalin if it happens again..... The bright side of things.
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