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    I put a fish trap in the tank made out of a water bottle. The blenny is so nosy that he was caught in about 20 minutes. Someone in my club is taking him.

    I also adore the jawfish He's built a little rock fort, it's so cute to see him peeking out from behind it.

    The fungia was a hitchhiker with a zoa frag. Started out the size of a pin head and is now a little bigger than a pencil eraser. Grows slow but eats well. I've had it for a couple months now.





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    Bartle Doo! That's a nice tank man. Salt water really interests me, so i have a question for ya. I don't know anything about corals. Yours look great, but what do you feed them?




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    Thanks!

    Most of my corals don't need any feeding. The ones that do get a mix of small pellets, reef chili, and cyclopeeze. I feed them every other day.



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    My Jawfish doing some morning cleaning




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    Nice setup



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    Cool fish. Nothing better than watching bottom dwelling fish.



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    The emerald crab has been getting too rough with my sea whip so I moved him to the back chambers Not sure what to do with him. He's been an excellent algae eater.



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    It is amazing at how quickly emerald crabs will eliminate problem algae
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    I know. I really hope the bubble algae doesn't come back. I have an urchin that takes care of the rest.



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    I wouldn't trust the emerald with the jawfish anyway. People always say they are peaceful and only eat alage but I have seen one claw down a perfectly healthy tailspot blenny and rip it to pieces it just a couple of minutes. It's all about opportunity I suppose.
    SG = 1.024-6; Alkalinity 8.3-9.3 dKH; Calcium 420; Magnesium 1300; Temp = 76 to 80; pH = 7.9-8.3. Alkalinity and calcium are dependent on Mg.

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