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    Yeah I have the reef master test kit that came with Cal test. I'm currently planning to have:
    Eagle Eye (Zoanthus sp.
    Australian Big Polyp Blastomussa
    Birdsnest Coral, Green
    Green Fluorescent Mushroom

    However those may change because of the really great prices on corals that one of the LFS has.

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    On a sidenote: I added some de-nitrate to the tanks Skimmer (in the media area) and to my HOB refud till I get some good chaeto in their.

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    So I had told the wife that tank levels were steady, and she comes home surprising me with two clowns. We saw them earlier this week. Young ins that are obvious a pair. They wont leave each others side at all. She went to the LFS bought them because they were such a good deal at 9.99 each. So...I just drip acclimated them and them to the tank. They seem to be doing well so far and are exploring the tank.

    A little early than I would have liked to get them, but all is well. I'll be keeping a close eye on them and my tank levels.

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    As long as you monitor the water parameters as you have been doing and keep up with water changes during the week those two Clowns should be fine.
    I hope your wife brought some food for those fish with her. :)
    Enjoy.
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

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    Haha, yes she did get some food. Grabed a few packets of Frozend Brine and mysis shrimp. I'm feeding them less than half a cube since they're the only two in the tank right now. Now I just need to figure out what else to put in there later on.

    Here are some picture of the clowns:IMG_3271.jpgIMG_3272.jpgIMG_3276.jpgIMG_3285.jpg

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    Thanks for the birthday wishes - mommy1 and gift - mommy1 Thanks for the rep - Cliff Thanks for the rep, have a cool one on me, Cheers - Cliff Thanks and a new fish for the tank - glarior 
    Thanks for the gorgeous slide show! - fishmommie Thanks for the rep the other day - Cliff It's a Sudbury Saturday Night, Cheers - Cliff Hockey finals can not be watched without a hockey pop or two - Cliff Thanks for the rep :) - Greentoads41 
    Thanks for the Rep!! - steeler1 Merry Christmas! - steeler1 Merry Christmas - Cliff May you be living as high as the holiday hog this coming year! - Trillianne Happy New Year - mommy1 
    Thank you for the birthday wishes. - mommy1 Thanks for the Rep!! - steeler1 Have a Birthday fish!! - steeler1 Here you go sir, I just wish it had been a good game. - steeler1 Here's to one crummy Superbowl, lol! - Slaphppy7 
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    Nice looking Clowns. Don't be to anxious to stock that tank. Take your time, add slowly, and read up on what your thinking of getting. I go to the lfs around me to see what they have than I come home and google those things. When I'm convinced I have a better than average chance of keeping that species alive I will go back and check once more for any sickness. If all is good I bring it home and drip acclimate it into a quarantine tank for around 10 days. I would hate to introduce a sickness into this saltwater tank. I think most med's would kill off my live rock and I'd be back to square one.
    Nice pictures Souly, are those Clowns eating well?
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

    Please remember; every keystroke has a consequence.

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    So far the smaller one doesn't seem to eat much. The bigger one gobbles quite a bit

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    The clowns eat like very well right now, and are well....

    Clownfish.

    The smaller one, who I'm assuming is going to be the male, is so insanely co-dependent and hardly leave the other one. They spend most of their time in the left side of the tank, and sleep along the corner. I'm hoping once they get more accustomed to the tank the larger one will go out and explore more like the smaller one has. Which is funny, because he was the one that hid when first put him in the tank till the other larger one found him and coaxed him out. They seem to be doing very well and I'm keeping an eye for my levels.

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    So today as if litterary overnight I have hair algae growining on two of the rocks D: seems like I might need to get a CUC now.

    On that note...Now I need to see if any of LFS have anything good for a crew.
    Last edited by souly; 10-01-2013 at 05:40 PM.

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    Thanks for the birthday wishes - mommy1 and gift - mommy1 Thanks for the rep - Cliff Thanks for the rep, have a cool one on me, Cheers - Cliff Thanks and a new fish for the tank - glarior 
    Thanks for the gorgeous slide show! - fishmommie Thanks for the rep the other day - Cliff It's a Sudbury Saturday Night, Cheers - Cliff Hockey finals can not be watched without a hockey pop or two - Cliff Thanks for the rep :) - Greentoads41 
    Thanks for the Rep!! - steeler1 Merry Christmas! - steeler1 Merry Christmas - Cliff May you be living as high as the holiday hog this coming year! - Trillianne Happy New Year - mommy1 
    Thank you for the birthday wishes. - mommy1 Thanks for the Rep!! - steeler1 Have a Birthday fish!! - steeler1 Here you go sir, I just wish it had been a good game. - steeler1 Here's to one crummy Superbowl, lol! - Slaphppy7 
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    It does come fast when the conditions in the tank are right. It is green right? If it gets longer than 1/2inch you'll likely have to take it off by hand. I found that out when it happened to me. My snails and hermits didn't bother with the long stuff. Maybe in the short term until you get your CUC, reduce the amount of light the tank is getting. Also if your phosphate reading is above 0.25ppm get a water change scheduled. The last thing you want is hair algae taking hold. It's tough to clean off the live rock.
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

    Please remember; every keystroke has a consequence.

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