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  • Posted on: 28/6/2008 1:15
Re: going downhill #1
its a blue spot tang as i have on also,this tang is very sensitive to temprature so i could be your water is getting to cold over night also these tangs grow massive. try garlic on his nor weed failing that take him out as the others said.there is a picture of my blue spot tang on here in marine photos just to make sure it is the same type of fish
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  • Posted on: 26/5/2008 11:43
Re: First marine tank help #2
also the reason your water looks green ish is the rowa phos dyes the water for a few days i changed to phosguard to prevent this.
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  • Posted on: 26/5/2008 11:36
fish without thinking #3
i am gutted now i brought a blue spot tang and a wolf eel 12 months ago,at the time the eel was about 6inches long and the tang was about 3inches long since then they have both grown massively the eel is now a foot long and the tang is about 7 inches my tank is 4 foot x 2foot x 2foot 75 gallon ish. i know they will have to go but i love them so much. all i want to say to all of you is please think about what your buying when go to the lfs to buy your lovely fish.not only will is it unfair on the fish to be in a small enviroment but it breaks your heart knowing you will have to move them on to another home
also does anyone know if after fish spawn they stop eatting or lose there sight as my eel spawned a month ago and now seems to be blind.
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  • Posted on: 20/4/2008 21:49
corals question #4
at the moment i have a mix of differant corals but some are growing into other corals areas i know that corals attack eachother and can kill eachother off but do all corals do this? if so i will have to arrange all my tank which will be a nightmare with the aquascape i have.and i have a toadstool attached to a large piece of lava rock which i want to get rid of how can i seperate them?
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  • Posted on: 5/4/2008 9:25
Re: pruneing corals? #5
thanks for the help smarttony but it doesnt mention the coral i want to trim/frag.wow some of the fragging looks like buchery :-0
i bit frightened to frag now
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  • Posted on: 5/4/2008 8:25
pruneing corals? #6
i have a coral which is growing out of control is there any way of cutting it back or even fragging ?also can you pull mushrooms off there rocks and attach them to smaller pieces or live rock?

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  • Posted on: 4/4/2008 16:27
coral growing #7
any idea what this coral is ?since changing to mh lights it has appeared

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  • Posted on: 30/3/2008 19:10
Re: help please urgent !!!quick response please #8
sorry been looking for tea tree oil but havent got any,it was a split second he was stung.
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  • Posted on: 30/3/2008 18:57
Re: help please urgent !!!quick response please #9
no i havent got any any thing else i could do?
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  • Posted on: 30/3/2008 18:51
Re: help please urgent !!!quick response please #10
10-15 mins he is swimming with his face up in the air and breathing looks fast
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