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    The life cycle if the parasite is about six...

    The life cycle if the parasite is about six weeks. So in order to full eradicate it from your display you would have to remove all fish for at least that long. If you don't I'd fully expect the...
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    I agree with Kaybee on that test kit. Even...

    I agree with Kaybee on that test kit. Even Salifert isn't that useful for a reef. I think Merck makes one of the better lower level test kits, but it's pricey. I'd like to pick up one of the Hanna...
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    Are you sure he's fat and not sick? A buddy of...

    Are you sure he's fat and not sick? A buddy of mine just lost a goby and the only symptom was a terribly swollen abdomen.

    I can't imagine that a fish would be that "fat" with the frequency you...
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    Congrats Jim! It seems like yesterday you were...

    Congrats Jim! It seems like yesterday you were just getting things setup.

    Go buy yourself a new coral to celebrate! :sbiggrin:

    - Bill
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    Welcome to the forum! It seems my thread is...

    Welcome to the forum! It seems my thread is becoming a new user magnet. :sbiggrin:

    Good to see you are doing your research first. I did months of research before I started and I still do...
  6. Thread: splurge

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    I love the look of those anenomes and that is a...

    I love the look of those anenomes and that is a pretty good price.

    I'm not familiar with your system. What lighting do you have now? Might have been best to put the $60 toward the lighting...
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    Welcome to the forum! I'm glad the info was...

    Welcome to the forum! I'm glad the info was useful. Let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks for the kind words everyone.
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    I should rehash my setup for those just joining. ...

    I should rehash my setup for those just joining. I'll try to get that done soon.
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    Thanks Dave. Things got pretty busy there for a...

    Thanks Dave. Things got pretty busy there for a while, but I was able to keep up with the maintenance on all my tanks.
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    Still looking great coach! Having to trade out...

    Still looking great coach! Having to trade out corals because they are getting too big is a good problem to have. :sbiggrin:

    - Bill
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    Here's some more recent pics FTS. I moved...

    Here's some more recent pics

    FTS. I moved things around a bit since this pic, but not too much different.
    http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc79/blcridland/fish/saltwater/IMG_9171.jpg

    My...
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    Hey everybody. I got super busy with life and I...

    Hey everybody. I got super busy with life and I just haven't had time to log in. It appears my last login date was 9/15/08. YIKES! I'm sure I'll forget something, but here's an update.

    The...
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    That is an asterina star. There are some species...

    That is an asterina star. There are some species that aren't reef safe, but most seen in the hobby are okay. They are good detrivores and shouldn't bother any corals.

    - Bill
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    Much better. :sbiggrin: Is the tank really...

    Much better. :sbiggrin:

    Is the tank really that blue, or is that a photo artifact? It looks like you have a lot of blue bulbs. Do you like the look? I've been considering making mine "bluer",...
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    That will be more the enough rock and sand for...

    That will be more the enough rock and sand for your tank. Congrats on the new stuff.

    Can you get a pic of the "anenome"? It's hard to say if you can keep it (or even if you'd want to) unless we...
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    Sounds pretty crappy. Must be pretty horrible to...

    Sounds pretty crappy. Must be pretty horrible to look at if you didn't post any pics. :ezpi_wink1:

    All kidding aside, what are you thoughts so far on your carbon experiment? I've been...
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    Good start so far. Instant ocean is a fine...

    Good start so far.

    Instant ocean is a fine salt and is one of the most commonly used. It is low in calcium so if you ever add coral to your tank, you'll likely have to supplement additional...
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    Looks great! Congrats on getting the water...

    Looks great! Congrats on getting the water flowing. It's all down hill from there. :sbiggrin:

    - Bill
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    Sounds like a peanut worm. I just found one a...

    Sounds like a peanut worm. I just found one a week or so ago in my tank and that's what I figured it was. I can't find the link right now to a good worm ID page I found. I'll post it when I get a...
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    I wouldn't worry about the looks of things. ...

    I wouldn't worry about the looks of things. After a few months, all the dead rock will look just like the live rock. As GB said, the only real downside is the potential for less higher life forms...
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    That should work just fine and is usually a much...

    That should work just fine and is usually a much cheaper way to go if you aren't in a hurry.

    - Bill
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    No way to tell without pics. Pods can get pretty...

    No way to tell without pics. Pods can get pretty big without any predators, so it wouldn't surprise me if it's a big pod.

    - Bill
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    If that's the case, then I'm guessing you aren't...

    If that's the case, then I'm guessing you aren't going to have room for 260lbs of rock unless it's incredibly dense or most of it's in the sump.

    The only other concern is the lunar wrasse that has...
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    My only concern is having enough swimming room...

    My only concern is having enough swimming room for that tang with all that rock in there. Honestly, I'd just stack the rock until you get the look you are after and not go for any weight goal. Make...
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    I'd give it a day or two like you have it now to make sure there wasn't any die off when you moved the sand. Did you keep the sand wet the entire time? If so, you should be good to go although you...
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