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Old 11-05-2009, 06:50 PM   #11
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+1 i learned that the hard way thanks for the guidance you gave me the other day on my black ich post, i read my post again and i saw that i misunderstood many of them and i wanted to apologize for sounding stupid and being stupis
I would definitely not take my actions as an acceptable way to perform a water change. I may have just gotten lucky in the past. Thanks for your thoughts!

So any ideas as to why they would start fighting? Is this a precursor to spawning?
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Old 11-05-2009, 06:51 PM   #12
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oops somebody had a affair lol sounds like your typical marriage lol jk good luck on the net idea hope it works!
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jdeyburg also what you can do is take one out anp put it in ur qt for a few days and after that ill wait till the lights are off and ill put in back to the dt
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oops somebody had a affair lol sounds like your typical marriage lol jk good luck on the net idea hope it works!
I was thinking the same thing. He was probably handing out near the zoas with that damsel fish again. That hussy!
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lol!!!!!
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