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    It is a hit and miss sometimes I think. I have...

    It is a hit and miss sometimes I think. I have two and sometimes you will see them eating hair algae...most of the time they are picking at the LR. Mine sleeps in my cabbage leather at night!
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    From my own experience with already having an...

    From my own experience with already having an ocellaris clown, and adding another one...that wasn't the best idea. Within moments I put the clown in, he didn't last too long without the other clown...
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    Fins that are pressed to the body very tightly...

    Fins that are pressed to the body very tightly can be related to clamping. My experience is that with clamping, the water parameters may not be the best...however in your situation I don't think...
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    hillstream loach feeding/care

    I have been searching for months at my LFS for a hillstream loach and they finally had some. They aren't loaches at all, I have read. They are actually a kind of pleco. I have done the necessary...
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    Not to sure about the majanos, but one solution...

    Not to sure about the majanos, but one solution that I found very effective is the addition of peppermint shrimp. Once I plopped a couple in my 30L, over the course of a couple weeks, most of the...
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    Jewels are beasts

    Jewels are beasts
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    cleaner shrimp death

    This morning I woke up and noticed two things: a freshly shed cleaner shrimp exoskeleton, and the actual body of the cleaner on the bottom of the tank. I know that they are very vulnerable during...
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    Red slime or cyanobacteria to my knowlege is...

    Red slime or cyanobacteria to my knowlege is indicative of the nutirent levels, primarilly dealing with phosphates. When I first got red slime I used a product called red slime remover, I belive the...
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    one really cost effective way to aquascape the...

    one really cost effective way to aquascape the tanks is with lace rock...this rock is harvested below the earths surface. It is porous and coraline algae will grow in no time. The cost of lace rock...
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    A pistol shrimp with watchman goby pair would be...

    A pistol shrimp with watchman goby pair would be amusing...it adds a lot of character to the tank...especially with the live sand...he'll be moving that around quite a bit.
  11. Couldn't have said it any better, adding snails...

    Couldn't have said it any better, adding snails or plants are a good idea but doesn't directly get to the source...phosphate/light control with get down to the root of the problem...also if you put...
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    It is good to have fish that are specialized in...

    It is good to have fish that are specialized in feeding on algae to help keep it at bay...it is also more productive, (in controling algae) to go even further to the root causes. Depending on the...
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    xenia hitch hiker?

    Ok, woke up this morning and found a little something attatched to my turbo snail. This might seem like it was staged, or that the xenia polyp was superglued to the turbo, but this is not the...
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    Yes, this I have seen!! I was wondering how so...

    Yes, this I have seen!! I was wondering how so many of my hermits are now wearing astrea shells....lol! And both of my emerald crabs were killed right away...so far the PS and his goby are doing...
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    **I have a pistol, just one **didn't really...

    **I have a pistol, just one
    **didn't really bother too much at first, my peppermint shrimp was killed, (probably by the pistol) about a month after I added the pistol
    **Didn't seem to bother too...
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    you would figure the biocube skimmer to be a good...

    you would figure the biocube skimmer to be a good product coming from oceanic, but I'll look into it...thanks!
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    in need of a skimmer...

    My 7 mo. old reef has been thriving, with all params at zero...it is a 29 gal tall with PC's...aquaclear 30 and magnum 350 canister. I do weekly wc's @ 20%. I never ran a skimmer on it, I...
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    [QUOTE=labnjab]I've never used it, but I would...

    [QUOTE=labnjab]I've never used it, but I would watch your skimmer if you decide. When I first started my tank and didn't know any better, I added some malifix (completely different, I know) and the...
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    Like I said before, it will 'soak up' excess...

    Like I said before, it will 'soak up' excess amounts of nitrate, but keep in mind that the only way we can really control parameters such as nitrates...water changes are the only way to keep them in...
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    yes, it is for use in fresh and salt aquariums. ...

    yes, it is for use in fresh and salt aquariums. I have used amquel in a reef many numerous times. actually its the only dechlorinator I use...another good one to try is 'prime'...it does the same...
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    yes amquel is safe for reef use. amquel is a...

    yes amquel is safe for reef use. amquel is a dechlorinator, as well as helps control ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate. it doesn't remove it outright, but does help with controling those parameters in...
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    are pineapple sponges relative to good water...

    are pineapple sponges relative to good water quality?
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    yeah, my pistol is a beast as well...I now find...

    yeah, my pistol is a beast as well...I now find hermits in margarita snails...looks like the pistol is impartial to snails first!! Maybe having extra shells laying around would work, (i've heard...
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    goldfish in a bowl

    Hello, just have a general question on goldfish residing in bowls. I know that goldfish use very low concentrations of oxygen, (some info I've read states they use 3 ppm of oxygen in a given volume...
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    I once had a bicolor angel, he looked great at...

    I once had a bicolor angel, he looked great at the lfs and he did eat...however he died within four days in my tank which has excellent water quality, (all params at zero) he was very shy even with...
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