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Old 01-27-2011, 10:05 AM   #11
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So I thought when I moved everything from my 46 g to my 120 g including the last Anthea that he stressed out and died and that my reef lobster ate him up. BUTTTTT low and behold, I get home last night and BOOM he is swimming around!!! [moderator edit]HE has been MIA for almost 2 weeks, no food nothing and then he magically appeared. He must have been very stressed and/or scared to hide that long with no food. And believe me I looked for him, anyways YAHOOOOOOOOOO lol
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:13 AM   #12
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I am so glad he came out of hiding for you... I know the feeling all to well. My Cleaner Wrasse took a long time to come out one morning and I thought that he had passed away because I have been told by many and it is even online that they are very hard to keep. I have had him now for well over 8 months.
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:30 AM   #13
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The only problem with feeding so many times is that it will foul your water quality up. That`s the only thing about anthias. They need a big tank with large water volume so it would be more forgiving in case the water quality does start to go south.I feed my tank every other day and been doing so for almost 13 yrs now. Helps to keep the excessive nutrients down. BTW the reason I posted was to say congrats on the new additions.
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Just curious, which fish store did you buy from? I have a house in htown and go there about once a month
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I got mine at Fishland (on Westheimer) but do not know if they have anymore right now. I forgot to look yesterday when I picked up my new salt mix (Aquavitro Salinity - by Seachem) and already don't like it. It has left a white residue on the bucket sides like the Oceanic did and the water is slightly cloudy when I looked at it this morning. Will be adding more RO to it when I get home from work tonight hope that will work if not I will be very upset. Tropic Marin Pro Reef was clear within a couple of minutes compared to this new salt mix.... I will be going to Fishland maybe on Sunday hope they still have the other two if not I will just have to wait till they get more in.
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The only problem with feeding so many times is that it will foul your water quality up. That`s the only thing about anthias. They need a big tank with large water volume so it would be more forgiving in case the water quality does start to go south.I feed my tank every other day and been doing so for almost 13 yrs now. Helps to keep the excessive nutrients down. BTW the reason I posted was to say congrats on the new additions.
Hi Mike did you have Anthias right now? And they are okay to be feed like that?
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Just curious, which fish store did you buy from? I have a house in htown and go there about once a month
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