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Old 06-29-2004, 10:57 AM   #1
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Tang Update--

For those of you who are interested heres an update. For those of you who aren't please do not post on this thread.

Aggression is no longer apparent. They all get along perfectly, all the new ones are now on flake and pellets. The cleaner wrasse is eating zoo plankton very well, and im very glad I got him eating. Water conditions are stable, and so far everythings running smoothly.



Sorry my pictures are so poor.
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Old 06-29-2004, 11:47 AM   #2
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What size are the various tangs. Looks like they are all very simular in size. Im supprised your not feeding them nori or algae. My tangs dive right into the nori when I add it.
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Old 06-29-2004, 01:07 PM   #3
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There about 5", I do feed live macro. I just wanted to get them on pellets and flakes just because sometimes im out of the macro. Also used it to get them back in shape, there all nice and round in the stomach now.
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Nori is dried algae.
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I know what nori is, and live is better than dried IMO.
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I think it looks great...i don't have the courage to undertake something like that myself but more power to ya!
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Very pretty!
I'm glad to hear they're all getting along.
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Me too. I didnt' think it was possible to keep that many tangs in a tank that size but looks like you have it working for you.
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I didnt' think it was possible to keep that many tangs in a tank that size but looks like you have it working for you
working for weeks is one thing...years, another! But I do hope it continues to work and keep the pictures coming. I have a few lfs that we refer to as the death stores! It makes me sick to see it, dead fish, dying fish and ick all over! Those 11 tangs are better off there than most lfs and even some homes!
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Old 06-30-2004, 12:18 AM   #10
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