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Old 02-28-2005, 10:47 PM   #1
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PeTie. He's in QT for the next ?! four weeks if I can make it that long, lol. I have yet to survive a full four weeks with a fish in QT. I know someday that will bite me in the butt so we'll try real hard with PeTie (especially given the family)!

I went out over the weekend and found him in a LFS.
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Old 02-28-2005, 11:02 PM   #3
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My favorite of all tangs. Absolutlely beautiful!
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Gorgeous fish! I hope he does well for you!
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Great fish. Lets hope he/she lives a long and healthy life.
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The fish has me nervous out of my mind! Every spec of dust that gets kicked up onto him scares the bejiggers out of me! Something about having a known Ick magnet in QT! LOL! The LFS that I got him from had him in a reef tank because "they do better in the reef tanks than they do in the FO tanks". Why would that be?! They were in acrylic boxes at the top of the tank, so it wasn't like he was able to pick at the rocks. Chemistry? SG?

He's nipping at the nori I have clipped in for him and ate a little cyclopeze with guarlic guard last night. If I live long enough to see this fish in my main it will be a miracle!
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LOL I don't understand the "reef theory", but sounds like you need to take a few deep breaths and calm down. Sounds like he's doing great. You on the other hand, I'm a bit worried about.
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You on the other hand, I'm a bit worried about.
LMAO, you and my husband both. I was down at the tanks at 4am peeking at the Sun coral and checking to see if PeTie was sleeping! [inhale.... exhale... nice and slow] LOL.
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I didn't mind so much that she was downstairs looking at the fish at 4am. My real issue was with her coming back to bed and talking my ears off about what was happening!
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