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Old 09-02-2005, 08:56 AM   #1
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Two identical deaths for my B. Cardinals

It's Deja Vu all over. This happened last week:

"One of my BCs bit the dust too. Got sucked up the Hagen 802 PH. I had the inflow nozzles attached which prevneted me from seeing the BC inside. I've since deep sixed the nozzles.....".

And last night the SAME THING happened to my other BC. I have 2 Hagen 802s and both BCs died in the same PH. The funny thing, this PH is on the opposite end of the tank where the BC would hang out.

Very weird.

No more BCs for me.

Mike
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(2) Perc. Clowns, (1) Yellow Tang, (1) cleaner shrimp, (2) Henis, pending: Foxace Lo, Flame Angel, blue legs, scarlets, 4 emerald crabs, nassarius snails, 50 mexican turbos, (1) good bankruptcy attorney when this hobby blows out of control!
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Old 09-02-2005, 05:11 PM   #2
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Hi Spinman,

If it makes you feel any better....I lost two BC two weeks ago. My LFS owner said he lost 4 before getting one to survive in his big tank.
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Old 09-02-2005, 05:14 PM   #3
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Thanks for the sympathy.
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120 g FOWLR, Pro Clear 200 19 gal. sump (bio balls removed), 50# Walt Smith FiJi LR, 150# reefersrock base, 300# DSB, Iwaki MD 20 return, (2) Rio 600s, (2) Hagen 802s, Amiracle Quad II skimmer, (2) Coralife 4 X 65s, 2 Lebo moonlights, (2) 120 mm vent. fans,

(2) Perc. Clowns, (1) Yellow Tang, (1) cleaner shrimp, (2) Henis, pending: Foxace Lo, Flame Angel, blue legs, scarlets, 4 emerald crabs, nassarius snails, 50 mexican turbos, (1) good bankruptcy attorney when this hobby blows out of control!
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