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  1. #21

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    Great journal! I'm happy to see another salty. I missed it up until now as the mod moved it to the freshwater journal section instead of the saltwater. Lookin' good!

    Question regarding your skimmer. In that second vid you posted that described your setup, you had a lot of water in your skimmer collection cup. Are you purposefully running a super wet skim for some reason, or were you still just trying to get it dialed in at that point? I don't dry skim, but my skimmate isn't nearly as watery as what was shown in your vid. I was just wondering if there was any benefit to having it that wet.

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    I have since adjusted it. It just took me a while to get it dialed in. There is no real benefit to having it wet (just means replacing more water). Anyways I do have a Pyramid Butterflyfish in QT and will post a vid of it when done. I did add a backing to the aquarium.


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    Looking good. The euphyllia look happy :)

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    The new fish in QT (at my LFS):


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    Beautiful animal. How long is the fish going to stay at the store before you bring it home?

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    He's home now with the Leopard Wrasse and in my tank:


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    First of my Species Spotlights, the Coral Beauty:


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    I enjoyed the video. The coral beauty is one I've considered adding as my last fish, once I upgrade and the tank has matured.
    Your leopard wrasse was showing off quite a bit and his spots are showing beautifully.

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    Funny you should mention that about the Leopard Wrasse as it's the next in the series of species spotlights:


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