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Old 01-04-2014, 03:52 PM   #41
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Seems about right for 35lbs. I have 35lbs in my 20g and looks the same.
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Old 01-04-2014, 04:32 PM   #42
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I think the rock setup looks pretty good.

As far as wrasses, what about a sixline? They dont get very big, at least mine hasnt in over two years. lol The thing about wrasses is they like to jump so you'll need lids or screens over the top. Never a bad idea anyways as I have had just about every type of fish jump at one point or another. Even clowns, I have had 3 pairs that all jumped. :-(
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I think the rock setup looks pretty good.

As far as wrasses, what about a sixline? They dont get very big, at least mine hasnt in over two years. lol The thing about wrasses is they like to jump so you'll need lids or screens over the top. Never a bad idea anyways as I have had just about every type of fish jump at one point or another. Even clowns, I have had 3 pairs that all jumped. :-(
+ 1, my clowns tried and broke out of my tNk but luckily i made a plastic wrap lid so that it absorbed all the shock and stopped them from commiting suicide.
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I have a pretty tight fitting hood. I have had experience with a six line in my teachers tank, but it died so we got a possum wrasse.
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What is a good fish food for omnivores.
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:14 PM   #46
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Oh, didnt see you wanted a wrasse. They dont get very big but they do need alot of swimming room, LA says 55g minimum. Look into fairy wrasses.
This tank is too small for a fairy wrasse IMO. Maybe the lubbocks fairy wrasse if any. I would recommend Wetmorella, Pseudocheilinops, and maybe some Halichoeres. I have a yellow chysus in my 39 and he is a modeled citizen. Flashers are out too.
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I just saw a video that said I can use baking soda as buffer is this true?
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Or does it just raise alkalinity?
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Is a pH of 7.8 ok?
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No not really...try to raise it to 8.1-8.4.
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