This is what the fish looks like. The LFS
called it the blue Spotted Naso:
80 gallons bow front, one hundred pnds of LR
, Powder Blue, Mimic (sp?) Tang, Coral Beauty, Baggai (sp?) and Pajama Cardinal, 2 black Perculas male and female, Pineapple Trigger (LFS
's name, they said it was called a yellow faced or belly trigger), 3 cleaner shrimp, 2 serpent stars, 1 sand sifter, 3 patches of button polyps (1 large, 2 small), Gold Pearl Coral, 2 long tentacle anemones, 1 Star Polyp, quite a few snails different variety, a few hermits different variety, 1 Sally Light-foot Crab
is 8.0 salinity is 1.023. I have a Tidepool Bio Wheel Sump. Not sure the gph
on this pump (I trust the LFS
who sold it to me to be efficient enough), but I have three Maxi-Jet PHs 2 at 230 gph
and 1 at 295 gph
, SeaLife skimmer with a 660 gph
pump. I also use Carbon in the filtration.
The fish shows no problems, has no physical evidence of being sick, does not hang around any power heads or anything out of the norm.