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Old 04-08-2016, 10:08 AM   #10121
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Got rid of my newly acquired green brittle star, it was entirely too large for my tank and could easily eat my small fish, and added a clown in its place.
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Old 04-08-2016, 06:20 PM   #10122
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The green ones are the fish eaters , I have a gray banded serpent 24" he is great with all my fish and helps keep tank clean ,


Putting my blond Naso Lipstick tang back in my main tank after being in qt being medicated for Popeye she's been detoxing almost a week ,

she seems to have made a great recovery eating like a pig and all
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Old 04-08-2016, 08:52 PM   #10123
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The green ones are the fish eaters , I have a gray banded serpent 24" he is great with all my fish and helps keep tank clean ,


Putting my blond Naso Lipstick tang back in my main tank after being in qt being medicated for Popeye she's been detoxing almost a week ,

she seems to have made a great recovery eating like a pig and all


They are, it was given to me because he was missing two fish; an occelaris and a goby, I didn't get that info until after the fact, my tank is a 20 long, it covered the side of my tank, swapped it out local for a mate to my ocellaris.
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Old 04-09-2016, 05:05 PM   #10124
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Bought 2 green tiger barbs today. They look cool. Found my male buenos ares tetra belly up. Perhaps the two females chased him to deathClick image for larger version

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Old 04-09-2016, 05:35 PM   #10125
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Howard ^^^^ I have the same "No Fishing" sign
Water change day. Duckweed hunting in the planted tank. Swirled the toothbrush in the shrimp tank to pull out as much hair algae as possible.


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I have one of them too. only mine says No fishing/Beware of jaws that is too funny
I have all these freshwater decorations nothing to do with them ,
this is so cool the Naso tang is schooling with the chromis
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Dosed my tank with antibiotics yesterday. Will actually remove the filter cartridges today since I cannot remove carbon from these Aqueon ones. Then I will dose the tank again.

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Old 04-10-2016, 08:06 PM   #10128
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5g water change in the 29g
10g water change in the 75g, plus a bit of rearranging

But just before bedtime last night, I spotted this...like a bunch of grapes...did I catch that 'shroom in the throes of a "nature call"?
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Going to change a filter pad and rinse the other one. Adding some BB. All inhabitants co-existing nicely.


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Going to do a 6 gallon water change to lower my nitrates a bit. A little on the high side for me.
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