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  • Posted on: 21/11/2009 13:00
Re: my tang will not eat his greens #21
my yellow tang 'bubbles' loves his greens
normally he is the first fish on the scene when i put a fresh strip in the clip.
maybe your tang hasnt come acustom to it yet! :)
give him time


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  • Posted on: 30/9/2009 17:34
New Treat? #22
hey guys

I often give my tank a small amount of green seaweed that comes with a clip, but ive started running low. until i can get to the stockests is it ok to give them cucumber in the clip in place?

ive seen it done before with some fish tanks but not marine?


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  • Posted on: 15/9/2009 18:41
Re: Cleaner Shrim #23
Thanks so much for your quick response dude!
yeh ive watched a few videos on youtube of him doing so and last night i caught him and my Regal tang spending sometime together! :D


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  • Posted on: 14/9/2009 16:23
Cleaner Shrim #24
Hey guys
http://www.fishkeeping.co.uk/uploads/smil3dbd4d6422f04.gif
I recently bought a Cleaner Shrimp for my Aquarium just coz he looks cool :)

I have started to notice that he likes to feel up the fish with his long anttani? and does a strange little dance when they come close.

Its probley nothing but hes not gonna eat my fish is he?
i read somewhere that he will actually clean the fish themselfs if he can. is that what hes doing? or he just after a snack? or being protective?


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  • Posted on: 28/8/2009 22:08
Re: AARRGGHHH crab help please #25
I know how u feel .. i lost my little blue kneed hermie the same way :(

but i have a new one now and he imedinatly chucked his old shell for my old hermies shell ..
hes happy as ever :) and enjoys eating seaweed from my hand


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  • Posted on: 25/8/2009 13:18
Re: Hello and new here #26
amazing pics! please post more! :D


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  • Posted on: 25/8/2009 13:15
Re: Green Orbs #27
mmm when you say green orbs?
can u describe more?

If there what i think they are they are simply grape vine algee, which is not harmful :)

It will grow thick and fast tho.
Not to worry as when u add ur fish they will gulp it down :)
as my yellow tang did when he moved in

Just to check can u post a pic?


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  • Posted on: 5/8/2009 17:19
Re: Clown Fish help #28
Thank you for youre friendly and easy on the brain information :)
Its helped alot! many thanks ^^


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  • Posted on: 5/8/2009 12:49
Clown Fish help #29
Hey there,

As some of you may know, some of the first fish i aquired for my tank are to clown fish (which my little sister has named Nemo and coral). My tank has two corals within it now and i noticed that the clown fish dont swim anywhere near it.

Reading around i read that because they are Tank reared they may lack the mucus to provent stinging?
on the other hand ...
I also read that there are only certain corals that the clowns can have a relationship with.

Anyone got any ideas?
Tips or other help?


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  • Posted on: 28/7/2009 12:33
Re: Nitrate #30
Indeed i am



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