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Old 05-17-2006, 03:50 PM   #11
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One other thing. Be aware that I've met a number of people who add fish after a damsel is already there and it/the damsel becomes territorial and causes problems.
I agree, my yellow tails aren't too aggresive, but my 3 stripes and Blue Devil make up for it.
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Looks nice. More LR would enhance your tank.
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Very nice tank, I like the background too.
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Very nice and will look even better with the addition of more live rock. Hope all goes well.
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I've got about 30 lbs of LR curing as we speak. Soon..... I just hate the waiting game.
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