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Old 11-20-2011, 10:38 AM   #161
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I have hundreds of those little brittle star fish. they like to hide under my frag plugs. lol perfectly normal and a good thing to have.
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Ty Carey. I just wasn't sure cuz I haven't seen em stripped like that. It threw me off still trying to decide next things for stocking. May be a jaw fish and a bicolored with some more cuc. I got 2 weeks or so to decide lol
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Plenty of time! lol Yeah, i was worried all those baby starfish would get too big but they seem to stay very small. They multiply like the devil though,lol

Jawfish are nice fish, I don't have one personally but lots of people do and they seem like a sturdy cool fish.
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Old 11-20-2011, 11:11 AM   #164
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Every time I go to the one lfs the one there plays hide and seek. Comes outta his tunnel looks at ya goes back down and repeats. It is commical. So many cool fish. Guess its good I have 2 diff 125s I'm doin sw with. Just need to find help to get the one in from the garage. Still Ned to decide what I'm doing w the 54 gallon too
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Every time I go to the one lfs the one there plays hide and seek. Comes outta his tunnel looks at ya goes back down and repeats. It is commical. So many cool fish. Guess its good I have 2 diff 125s I'm doin sw with. Just need to find help to get the one in from the garage. Still Ned to decide what I'm doing w the 54 gallon too
Lol. Nice. I saw something cool yesterday at another LFS. Garden eels. So tiny! They literally bury themselves in the sand and their head pokes out. But it's deceiving cause they look tiny- but are like 8-10 inches long! I want one- but I'm afraid it would pick a spot in the back of my tank
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I saw those a few weeks ago. There is a huge saltwater aquarium on the Ohio ky border by cinci. They had a tank with like 15 or so in it. They looked cool. I have debated those or possibly a snowflake for my second tank.
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In cleaning my tank tonight I found more unexpected things. 2 big brittle stars and a few more small ones. And more green hair algae. I am using rodi water and pulling what I can. Trying to reduce light and food. Anything else I can do
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What's the best thing to clean the acrylic with
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They make acrylic scrubbing pads- or you could buy filter floss. I wouldn't recommend the magnets as they can still scratch pretty bad.
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Ty. I got good news today. Should have help bringing the other tank in the house. Ill just have to get tubing for the dump and wash the sand an will be ready to cycle
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