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Old 11-10-2013, 12:01 AM   #11
 
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Nice coral pics. Is the ID check for us? If so then I would say for the most part you are right on with these corals IDs.And those Blastos will look really good once they fill in.
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Old 11-10-2013, 12:54 AM   #12
 
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Thanks ^.^ And Yes They Are. Also Those Blasto Grew A Lot Since It Was A Little Frag! I'm Excited To SeeThem Fully Mature!!
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Old 12-23-2013, 06:31 PM   #13
 
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Cool New fish

After getting "Momma the terrible" I decided to try to get some more fish. Even though warned not to, I could not resist the ich (itch haha) for fish. So I bought a yellow tang baby and Blue Eye Royal Dottyback. Momma has been beating up on my Green Reef Chromis for a while now, and it's about time i called in reinforcements. The Dottyback went in easily. Hid for a bit, but is not establishing his territory on the lower front/ right side of the tank. Baring his jaws as i approach him with my camera. The tang (much like my past one) has a temper. Momma tried to attack him and he fought back. Now he continuously chasing momma and her boo away, but leaving the chromis and dottyback alone. He knows her temper.
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Old 12-23-2013, 09:31 PM   #14
 
Cool looking corals!
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Old 12-24-2013, 05:03 PM   #15
 
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Thanks a lot :)! Sadly the gorgonian died...it got horribly crushed by snails...
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Old 01-02-2014, 11:45 AM   #16
 
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Soo about a 2-3 weeks ago I added a yellow tang and bicolor dottyback. Perfect to combat mean old momma. Here are pictures. The chromis is getting harrassed a lot lately by momma so I am going to sell him back to the store. Here they are!



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Old 01-20-2014, 08:39 AM   #17
 
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JustAnotherUpdate!
SW. Well life is booming; Tubeworms, snails, starfish, orange tip anemone, etc. good becauseThe Tank Is Doing good. bad Because The TubeWorms are super Populated And nasty to look at. i Returned The chromis. He was getting abused so i Didn't Want Him To Suffer. No New Buys, but The Male Clownfish JumpedIn The Filter. He Gets PickedOn By The dottybackAnd momma. Other Than That They Have a DietOf brine And mysis Shrimp, Seaweed, And pellets.
FW: i got a boom Of Malaysian Trumpet Snails. NotToo bad Though. EverybodyIsFine. But Algae (green) Is Growing. Th plants also have a dark green fuzz growing on them and some of the plant's leaves are dying. The Reason Why The Algae Is Because a Leaf Got In The FilterAndIts just a crappy filter That Came WithThe Tank (grreat Choice 10g). So TryingTo ControlThat....
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Old 01-26-2014, 03:42 PM   #18
 
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Only a week later I know, but I want more coral. All the inhabitants are perfect, i just need more snails and hermits when i go next time. But i want to add a hard coral, can I in the dead center. Here are pics today of the tank. If anyone can give me specific names (scientific or regular like red sea fan (gorgonian)) instead of the general names I would love that!



Alveopora
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Blastomussa

Galaxy(?) and zoanthids

Gorgonian (it is still alive, because its not white, right?)

Xenia

Toadstool Mushroom


Questions, comments, concerns, accurate id's :D?
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Old 04-28-2014, 12:04 AM   #19
 
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A while since I updated this so here it goes.
SW:
Ughhh I am a bad person...I added the Coral Beauty to the current stock. However I am one step closer to upgrading. This fall in September...Algae is a big problem, but it does not seem to effect the fish which is great. I also added what appears to be a Sebae anemone. I am aware of aggression and size, it too will be moved in the upgrade. Other than that the inhabitants are great and I am booming with hitchhikers including bunches of snails and stars (sadly), yellow sponges (aka spongebob), bristle worms, fireworms, tubeworms, these anemone looking creatures, and my least favorite a crab. Small, has been there since last fall so I allow him to stay until I can catch him. My 2.5 with the Xanthid crab was at 1.037 sallinity. Yikes. I brought it down to 1.030 luckily. He/She is great as well. I also plan to get seachem purigen and and matrix for my nanocube, any reviews on them>?
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I have a 5 gallon split betta tank with filter (no heater) with Alpha and Gamma. The water is great with the nitrate at 20 ppm, which isn't horrible. I have a 1 gallon betta bowl with my female, Delta. She is literally fat (her stomach bulges) because I feed her a lot. But non of it goes to waste so whatever. UGH the worst thing. My ten gallon has had 4 casualties in the past week. My danio jumped in the filter killing it. So I added a swordtail to replace it. 4 or 5 days later it died and a few hours later so did my nephew's betta, Gordo. I went to the pet expo today (won a new betta for the 10 gallon, Epsilon) and come home to find a panda corydora hardly alive (floating but moving if i poked him.) So i was like, "something is wrong". Come to find out my nitrate is 160 ppm. IMMEDIATE water change. The betta is *currently flaring and chasing my tiger barb, a good sign. Ugh. Any advice other than daily water changes for a week? Thanks.
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Old 04-28-2014, 09:02 AM   #20
 
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i Cant seem to find An edit button, So anyway; what Should i do About My Lone panda cory? i Know a,Place that has Some adults. Should i Do That? Will he get picked on? how,Many Should i get
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