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Old 08-23-2014, 05:01 PM   #31
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Mini bristle stars. Harmless filter feeders. I've heard about them being a stage in the developing tank and didn't believe it, as I had tons of them in my tank for a year. I look in my tank today and I don't see any without digging around for them.


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Old 08-24-2014, 11:38 AM   #32
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So anyways, for the future, (next weekend or so) I want to complete my stock... I have my little damsel, and in addition I would like a six line wrasse, and a royal gramma. I'm definitely open to getting rid of the damsel if there's any sort of problem and replacing him w/ a false Perc or something... Unless they need pairs. But I do want to go with three small fish. Ive heard its an ideal stock to reduce aggression and shouldn't hurt too much on the bio load


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Old 09-16-2014, 09:01 PM   #33
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ID:	250173 thought id send out an update on the tank, I actually did in fact give the damsel back to my fish guy, and I bought a six line wrasse the other day. I m fairly confident it's fully cycled by now after a bottle of bio spira in the beginning, a few weeks with 21 lbs. of live rock. So anyways, I saw my wrasse nip at a white starfish looking thing on the live rock and knocked it off. So what I'm wondering is will he be safe with a royal gramma, or something else possibly?


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