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Old 12-17-2008, 08:12 PM   #91
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Very nice Shane. Great additions.
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:18 PM   #92
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One is slightly bigger than the other so thats ethel
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it seems one is darker than the other too , nice name Shane!
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I will have my CUC thursday or friday. I am excited to have my new friends. My water readings are still zeros. They ate flake just fine. I am so happy to have them and see them get comfortable with the tank. I think the new rock placement makes them feel more secure. They seemed to like the cave.

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oh, oh, i forgot


help me pick out a shrimp please! I really like the scarlet cleaner shrimp but i do not know if i should have just one or if they do better in pairs.
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DANG IT, my new freinds have ich. i checked them beyond well once again last night before lights out and not a mark, now they are covered. They arent acting any different but i cant ignore the grains on them.

is there anything i can do?

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im planning to buy a 5-10g aquarium from walmart and use that as a qt tank. leaving the main tank fishless for up to six weeks as the reading suggests. My question is, does ich effect corals or snails/shrimp?
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Wow, it covered within a short period of time, gosh, scary. I know you will be able to cure Fred and Ethel, you can do it!
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its the wierdest thing, it was like they were covered in sand, thats all gone. There are three grains on each, the rest blew off when they went to play in the PH's

I havent given up hope, i will set up a qt and make sure they stay healthy. I fed them some garlic extreme with their flake. they ate it up.

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