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  1. Xenia Scrubbing

    Following Grins thread I thought it would be interesting to try out about Xenia scrubbing. I've rearranged my refugium so that my chaeto is one side and the Xenia and rocks the other.

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    My readings today are as follows:

    Magnesium 1320
    Calcium 460
    KH in dKH 8.0
    Alk in Meq/L 2.86
    Nitrite (NO2) 0
    Nitrate (NO3) 5
    Ammonia (NH4) 0
    Phosphate (PO4) 0.03
  2. Titch

    Just thought I'd post an updated photo of Titch who is growing well. He's still not on "solids" yet but I keep mixing some in with his Artemia every day. He does take the occasional piece of cyclopeeze so hopefully it won't be long before he's on the frozen.

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    Updated 01-29-2008 at 6:57 PM by Catpicklesdog

    Meet the Family!!! - Part 1
  3. PJ

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    This is a picture of PJ a sixline wrasse and my latest (and last) addition. His hobbies will hopefully include cleaning the tank of flatworms!!!!

    Information about Sixline Wrasse

    Maximum length: 3 in (7.5cm)
    Range: Indo-Pacific
    Minimum Aquarium size: 20 gal
    Reef Aquarium Compatibility: Excellent. Will aid in controlling pyramidellid snails and commensal flatworms. Larger specimens may eat ornamental shrimp.
  4. Peppermint Shrimp

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    This is a photo of my Peppermint Shrimp (Lysmata wurdemanni). I currently have two peppermint shrimp, 1 in the main tank and 1 in the sump (via the overflow!). I've had them for about 1 year now. They are quite shy and are rarely seen during the day. They like to eat anything they can get the claws on!!!

    information about peppermint Shrimp.

    Maximum Size: 1.5 in (4cm)
    Range; caribbean.
    Minimum aquarium Size: Small tanks, ...
  5. Skunk Cleaner shrimps

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    This is a picture of my two Skunk Cleaner shrimps (Lysmata amboinensis). They've been with me for about 1 year now and frequently produce babies - meaning free food for the rest of the tank mates!

    Information about Skunk Cleaner Shrimp.

    Maximum Size: 2 in (5cm)
    Randge: Indo-Pacific
    Minimum Aquarium Size: Small tanks, 10 gal or larger
    Lighting: Normal reef lighting
    Reef Aquarium Compatibility: Suitable aquarium ...
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