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    Swollen and Cloudy Eyes

    I have been keeping reef tanks for several years and have never had a sick fish. I recently transferred my 90g reef down to Vero - now it's a 220g reef. I recently added a small cleaner shrimp since...
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    I'm certainly one of those people who would say a...

    I'm certainly one of those people who would say a 75g is the absolute minimum for an adult oscar and I would only use that as a quarantine tank. This seems like the endless question about oscars -...
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    So is it normal to have no signs of aiptasia for...

    So is it normal to have no signs of aiptasia for over 18 months and then have it pop up out of no where? I think that's what I'm most shocked about.

    If I try the lemon juice method, will I need to...
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    Aiptasia After 18 Months?

    I noticed what I thought to be a stray polyp from a colony of Nuclear Green palys that I had fragged - this was perhaps three months ago. I figured it had morphed in color and appearance due to the...
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    +1 to Lady Hobbs A 45g tank is nowhere near...

    +1 to Lady Hobbs

    A 45g tank is nowhere near large enough for an oscar. General rule of thumb is minimum 75g for a single oscar; however, I wouldn't recommend anything under a 6ft tank.

    Your...
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    No problem, Strider199. I personally don't blame...

    No problem, Strider199. I personally don't blame you. It was supposed to be a friendly local contest and one competitor took it upon himself to start a vote campaign. After talking with the owner and...
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    Need Help With Contest

    I'm currently in a contest for best picture, and I could use some help from my fellow aquarists. If you follow the link, simply 'like' the picture. That's all the effort that's needed. Any help is...
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    Yes, you should acclimate the corals to the news...

    Yes, you should acclimate the corals to the news lights. The addition of the halides may have an adverse effect on some of the corals. General rule of thumb, if moving coral into less light, than you...
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    I think your best option is to create a cave or...

    I think your best option is to create a cave or hideout large enough for the texas but too small for the oscar. This way you won't have to really rearrange much in the aquascaping and your texas can...
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    To be honest, it looks like a candy cane coral to...

    To be honest, it looks like a candy cane coral to me. The color pattern, shape, skeletal stalk, and the dead piece next to the head all tell me candy cane or something in the family.

    Just my two...
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    I say go for it. Oscar personality will vary...

    I say go for it. Oscar personality will vary dependent upon the individual fish and how the fish is raised. I've only had one oscar that was so aggressive it had to be returned to the store within...
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    When you removed the female and then reintroduced...

    When you removed the female and then reintroduced her to the tank, you reset the relationship in a sense. It's similar to redesigning an aquarium to reset territories. The male will court the female...
  13. I personally wouldn't keep an oscar in a 75g at...

    I personally wouldn't keep an oscar in a 75g at all. They grow large and quite fast at that, and a 75g is going to get real tight real quick. Some people do keep a single oscar in a 90g but I...
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    Thanks for the replies I've never heard of...

    Thanks for the replies

    I've never heard of that rule of thumb either until I found it on a few different sites. Though general advice like that spread like wildfire and still not be true. I have a...
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    When is a new tank SPS ready?

    The new aquarium is about two months old and I still have twenty-some sps corals sitting in the old tank. I want to move them over but not sure if the tank can support them just yet. I did some...
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    P.s. Craigslist can be dangerous and at times it...

    P.s. Craigslist can be dangerous and at times it may be wiser to forego a transaction than risking any potential problems. It's always good to have a few conversations, whether email or phone, prior...
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    As far as legal issues are concerned, itís going to vary from state to state, but generally speaking, as the buyer, youíre not going to witness any legal problems. Usually legal issues arise from...
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    My oldest inhabitant, my green phantom pleco...

    My oldest inhabitant, my green phantom pleco which I had for over two years, has also ceased to be...fml...
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    My first thought was also a fish had died when I...

    My first thought was also a fish had died when I saw the ammonia spike and cloudy water - but all the fish were accounted for. The BGK died some time after I went to bed last night and when I found...
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    Filters were turned back on. I clean them once a...

    Filters were turned back on. I clean them once a month to make sure the flow is proper. Just got back form the store with live bacteria. I found my BGK deceased on the bottom and the Texas is still...
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    Ammonia Spike!!! Urgent

    I did a large water change on my 220g on Saturday. Afterwards everything looked fine until I went to bed. The next day the water was unusually cloudy. I noticed later in the day the fish had labored...
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    I have to agree that I definitely am the...

    I have to agree that I definitely am the exception with my mandarin. I had always wanted one though and I was going to take any steps that I could in order to make it happen.

    The pods I use are...
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    Well, against popular practice, I've kept a...

    Well, against popular practice, I've kept a mandarin in a 20 long for over a year now and he does great. I've dosed the tank with pods 6 or 7 times during that span which, from my observations, has...
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    +100000001 to the above, lol You don't want to...

    +100000001 to the above, lol

    You don't want to know the feeling of living close to the stores!!! My wallet has been on fire for the past two years!!! :help: Small shops are the best and I only go...
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    A picture would be worth a thousand words right...

    A picture would be worth a thousand words right about now thumbs2:

    It's not uncommon to have white growth areas on sps coral. I have a few different pieces that somewhat regularly have white...
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