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Old 11-20-2011, 01:23 PM   #21
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Sorry about that I keep forgetting. I got the honeycomb at hidden reef in PA. Would the 7inch honeycomb be ok in the fuge? I thinks it's him. I haven't seen any Others for ale either.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:38 PM   #22
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Your bird wrasse might be losing his tail fin because he's stressed. It's not quite "fin rot", but similar. Both of my firefish did it when I first got them - they stress so easily

But I guess another fish nipping could also be what's causing it.
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No. I wouldn't even think about putting a fish in such a small space. It will do nothing but stress it out.

Have you ever been to Something Fishy in Northampton, PA? I go there quite often.
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Nope I havent. I live in princeton NJ and im 13 so i cant really go......... haha. If you havent been to hidden reef I would suggest going. Its really cool. The just sold a grey smooth hound shark the had and now they have a brown banded bamboo. They have really cool stuff. And I bought feeder fish for them so they could kill things and hopefully calm them down haha. Any other tips? Are honeycombs really that rare? Thats cool!
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