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Old 05-03-2010, 08:34 PM   #11
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i read that the trigger family is brutal and pretty much will attack anything thats generally smaller then him. But even that is not a guarentee as they will attack each other unless introduced in a group at youth

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You should not add any additives to the main tank unless you can test for them, even then, a simple pwc will replenish low levels of the elements and calcium. I suggest getting a refractometer as hydrometers can become a nightmare.

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is there any way you can seperate the clown so as not to hurt itself any more on the LR without stressing him,target feed and PWC.
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well one your ph is way to high it needs to be between 8.0 to 8.4, your salinity should be 1.018 to 1.024 at most there are some meds for pop eye. melafix and/or pimafix treats for pop eye, and more. always good to have around.

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