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Old 08-16-2004, 01:21 PM   #21
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Why should anyone follow your advice??
They can chose to do so if they want. My tangs did cause me to lose a lot of my more prized fish. Introducing that many I guess I was hit with velvet. I lost my angel, my pair of ocellaris, male clarkii, and my half black angel, as well as two of the weaker tangs. All in all it was a bad loss, but im very happy with what I have left. Id be happy to show an updated photo, but I guess you might assume it's an old photo either way ill post a new one in a few. They school nicely now.
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Old 08-16-2004, 01:41 PM   #22
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I lost my angel, my pair of ocellaris, male clarkii, and my half black angel, as well as two of the weaker tangs.
OT-Your reply to Atari said all are doing fine
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Old 08-16-2004, 01:41 PM   #23
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Wo, you lost 7 fish? Sorry to hear.
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Old 08-16-2004, 01:50 PM   #24
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Well it was a risk I was willing to take. I may just end up removing all these fish if they grow to large, and just go with a lightly stocked agressive tank.

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Yes but ive stated these loses quite some time ago. I was reffering to the 9 tangs I currently have.
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Yes but ive stated these loses quite some time ago
Oops...I don't read your threads.
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The image is not working fr me Six. :|
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As bad as it is it should show, sorry about the hijack-- BTW teen I would like to see a pic of your new anemones. If you plan to keep them, I hope they do well.
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Velvet? How did you keep the others from catching it? fallow time?
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I medicated the whole tank, and put the ocellaris in my reef tank hoping they would fight it off. They were getting better, then suddenly went down hill again.
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So the rest are OK? Good.
What did you medicate with? That disease is a *bleep*

SWT, I'm sorry. I know this is your thread.
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Fresh water dips, and lots of maracyn. I think the majority of the fish probably had a bacterial/fungal disease. The clowns in particular were covered in tiny dots, which looked more like velvet then ich. I think thats why they didn't make it. The tanks been fine for almost a month now.
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Wow. I, for one, am glad teen is back. His threads ussually make for interesting reading. Keep it up.
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SWT, I'm sorry. I know this is your thread.
Its ok mate, I dont mind if you change topic off saltwater Sixline, I and downloading the pics of the anemones now.
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Wow. I, for one, am glad teen is back. His threads ussually make for interesting reading. Keep it up.
Thabks lando, btw sixline your tangs are way cute! I love yellow, purple, and sailfin tangs
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Heres some pics of the anemones
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Great looking Anemones SWTEEN!! Nice pics too!

I for one love anemones.
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Yea They are very neat, I just wish my perc would host the carpet, because my brown saddleback has they LTA so I might have to just keep my carpet as like a condy anemone?
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That carpet looks pretty bleached. Make sure to feed him well, silversides would probably be best.
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