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Old 07-05-2015, 11:15 PM   #8921
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Thanks! They are awesome little fish!!

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You're welcome!

I read that they often are hand fed/will let people hand feed them. Every time I see them at the pet store, they're so friendly and curious... I love them
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Draining I still use a regular syphon into a garbage bin, but thats because salt+garden wouldn't be good.
If you do use the bins I high reccomend getting the wheels. Moving 25 gallons of water at a time without the wheels is not easy!

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Duely noted, sir. Lol. That would be a pain in the donkey without the wheels.

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Old 07-05-2015, 11:16 PM   #8923
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We spent $50 on a 20g plastic trash barrel and a rolling thingy to put on the bottom.... it was getting tiresome with 5g buckets for our 20g for water changes...
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Old 07-05-2015, 11:20 PM   #8924
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You're welcome!

I read that they often are hand fed/will let people hand feed them. Every time I see them at the pet store, they're so friendly and curious... I love them
They where in a 'look down' tank and whenever someone would stand infront of the tank almost all the clowns would come up to the surface. Was so cute and hopefully mine will do that too!

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Old 07-05-2015, 11:22 PM   #8925
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They where in a 'look down' tank and whenever someone would stand infront of the tank almost all the clowns would come up to the surface. Was so cute and hopefully mine will do that too!

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Awwwwhhhhhh <3 I really want some... so not ready for salt yet though and don't have the money either at the moment.

Soooo cute...

What size tank?

I want to have a salt water tank with some clownfish, a blenny (love those little cuties!), flame angel, a blue tang, and maybe a few other fish. I don't know if those are all compatible, but those are what we want at some point... obviously if we ever do do a salt water tank, we'll do our research on fish compatibility :P
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I've got a feeling something is wrong with 40g community. All the fish except for the zebra Danios are hiding and I'm missing 2 cherry barbs and a blood fin tetra. I'm gonna do a large water change and move around the decor tomorrow and see if it helps.

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Old 07-05-2015, 11:36 PM   #8927
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Did a water change, trimmed a bunch of plants, moved around some plants including the carpet plants. Water is still hazy from scaping and the addition of montmorillonite clay (adds calcium for the MTS shells):
Edit: Filled the CO2 tank (24 oz PB)
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My clowns where looking pathetic so I gave them some pellets. It got my goby to come oht though so that was a plus.

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Found black spots on two of my ember tetras. Not sure what they are but I'm going to research. I suspect it's a fungal infection with I can easily treat. Wish me luck!

edit: I've been told they are probably just eating my black sand but their tails are turning black too...
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Went over all four sides of my tank with an algae scrubber. Took dead leaves off of plants.
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