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Old 07-29-2011, 09:46 AM   #151
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I'm sure this is frustrating for you, are you still thinking Tangs or something else?
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Old 07-29-2011, 11:00 AM   #152
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I'm sure this is frustrating for you, are you still thinking Tangs or something else?
Still going with tangs, my LFS was able to order them around the same price as Dave.
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So what all are you getting then?
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Old 07-29-2011, 02:17 PM   #154
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So what all are you getting then?
The tank will have:

-Cyprichromis leptosoma Bulu Point
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-'Lamprologus' ocellatus ''Gold'' or pearly ocellatus
-Altolamprologus compressiceps lufubu "dark red"

I am going to stock the alto comps and the Ornatus first.
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The tank is all filled up just waiting for it to clear.
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That's a sweet stock list, I especially like the cyps and comps. I wanna get some calvus, white probably, or maybe goldhead comps. I am stoked to see some pics of tour tank back in action.
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That's a sweet stock list, I especially like the cyps and comps. I wanna get some calvus, white probably, or maybe goldhead comps. I am stoked to see some pics of tour tank back in action.
I have a set back in my tank, Ready to give up
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Ya I was just reading that before I jumped back and saw your post. Terrible luck dude. I added my fronts to my tank and had no issues but I picked up a few brichardi and all died within a couple of hours. Don't really have anything helpful to add sorry. Hope it all turns around for ya.
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Well after 2 weeks of the Kenyis being fine in the tank I went ahead and picked up my Alto comps and Juli ornatus. My water is still a little hazy but I figure that could be the lighting which will be upgraded soon or just a small bacteria bloom which should go away on it's own.

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Looks good dude, let's see a full tank shot now it's done and running.
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