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Old 03-09-2011, 04:01 PM   #1
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Does this look like a healthy tank ??????

Had it bout 6 months ain't seen much corlline algae had few early probs' things seem ok at the moment ........

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I really like it! The tank looks super healthy to me and the fish look as cooktop as can be! I didn't mean to rhyme there.... But, anyway, nice job! How big is your tank?
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I really like it! The tank looks super healthy to me and the fish look as cooktop as can be! I didn't mean to rhyme there.... But, anyway, nice job! How big is your tank?
It's a cuboid tank and I'm pretty sure it's a 90l tank I know it's nt the biggest!! But Thanks 4 that!! what u think about lack of coraline algae ??? U think I'll get it??

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You can seed for coraline algae, or to take the long rout, you can buy a piece of live rock that already has some on it and wait for it to spead. That's what I did and it takes a long time.
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That cleaner wrasse eats prepared food?
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That cleaner wrasse eats prepared food?
Yes he does....this normal...he also picks at other fish etc
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Yes he does....this normal...he also picks at other fish etc
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What is the fish in the fourth picture?
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What is your calcium level?
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Looks pretty nice. The cleaner wrasse is picking parasites off your fish. I`ve never known one to live longer than 4 months. They dont do good in home aquariums.
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