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Old 12-31-2013, 06:46 PM   #5751
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Spot fed the yellow watchman goby enriched live brine shrimp, thought i would give him a treat.
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:52 PM   #5752
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I'm thinking an assortment of zoanthids, palythoas, nepthea tree and green star polyps. two nerite snails and two skunk cleaner shrimp. no fish in this one, 5 gallons is too small
No hermits? Thats a shame . Of course in a small system they may go rouge which you wouldnt want! Sounds good, heres what im gonna do when i get my Itank:
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1 skunk cleaner
1 banded trochus snail
1 margarita snail
1 nassarius snail
2 dwarf zebra hermits

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God of war zoas
Ricordea mushrooms
Kenya tree

So low light corals and some invertebrates.
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:56 PM   #5753
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No hermits? Thats a shame . Of course in a small system they may go rouge which you wouldnt want! Sounds good, heres what im gonna do when i get my Itank:
Stock:

1 skunk cleaner
1 banded trochus snail
1 margarita snail
1 nassarius snail
2 dwarf zebra hermits

Corals:

God of war zoas
Ricordea mushrooms
Kenya tree

So low light corals and some invertebrates.

i might put a few hermits in there the focus will be on the shrimp and coral. once i get it set up, i will transfer over the gsp, nepthea, blue mushroom and zoas and will buy a bunch of different frags and just let it grow out. i have them in a Fluval Spec V right now with 120 w dimmables turned down all the way
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Before I went to bed last night found my Betta sick again. I did another pwc and added extra prime and a little epsom salt. I am afraid he will be dead when I get home from work. there was some fern in the top of the chi tank he's in and apparently it was rotting below the pebbles, causing a water quality problem. He is my avatar and probably my favorite one ever.
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Before I went to bed last night found my Betta sick again. I did another pwc and added extra prime and a little epsom salt. I am afraid he will be dead when I get home from work. there was some fern in the top of the chi tank he's in and apparently it was rotting below the pebbles, causing a water quality problem. He is my avatar and probably my favorite one ever.
Sorry to hear that hope he gets better!
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Before I went to bed last night found my Betta sick again. I did another pwc and added extra prime and a little epsom salt. I am afraid he will be dead when I get home from work. there was some fern in the top of the chi tank he's in and apparently it was rotting below the pebbles, causing a water quality problem. He is my avatar and probably my favorite one ever.
Hope he gets better.
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Some pics of the new snails

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Hooked up a Fluval diffuser and waited. Went away for a few hours and its fizzing like alka-seltzer.

I later moved it under the filter output and now the fine mist is flowing in the current.

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I'm thinking an assortment of zoanthids, palythoas, nepthea tree and green star polyps. two nerite snails and two skunk cleaner shrimp. no fish in this one, 5 gallons is too small
Sounds awesome. A zoa garden tank would be really cool! Some sexy shrimp would go great with a 5 gallon tank too.
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Sounds awesome. A zoa garden tank would be really cool! Some sexy shrimp would go great with a 5 gallon tank too.
Ooo i like that idea! The zoa idea of course! I hate sexy shrimp. They wag their tails too much.
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