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Old 11-10-2003, 02:29 PM   #31
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WOW, thank Steve-s, now I am really worried.
I was not relaying the above to scare or panic you, only to be sure you are informed of what may happen.

To date the only issue I have ever had is with the spawning sea apple. I still have a black knobby, pink/black and tigertail cuke in my 90 gal and have been there for over 4 years...

If you think the conditions are not optimum, then returning it would be the best idea. If the tank is established and stable, the risk is much lower but still exists as it will with all the animals we may care for.

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Whew, I got him out without hurting him or turning him on I feel much better now! It's funny, I just installed my MH lights a few days ago and he hasn't been very happy since then, he was barely hanging on the glass so it's really good I read this post now, he may not be doing to well and could have died and killed everything. Sorry to see him go, he was so cool especially when he was feeding and his little sea weed things were hanging from his mouth catching food.

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