AlgaeBlenny

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About AlgaeBlenny

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  • Birthday 06/02/1989

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  1. Fifteen minutes ago I just removed a Hitch-Hiker crab, doesn't look like yours though. I took a small siphon, put in the crabs hole, and blew air into it. I took a large tube and put it on a larger hole next to it and started the siphon and sucked him out. He is sitting in a betta bowl as I type this.
  2. Before people continue to argue about the tang in the tank, look at the second pic of the tang and butterfly, where they meet looks weird. Also I think the tang would eat the macroalgae, if Im not mistaken. In the 3rd pic the tang looks fake and in that same pic the copperband is behind blue ( I think its Favites) coral. Somethings fishy.
  3. Before people continue to argue about the tang in the tank, look at the second pic of the tang and butterfly, where they meet looks weird. Also I think the tang would eat the macroalgae, if Im not mistaken. In the 3rd pic the tang looks fake and in that same pic the copperband is
  4. Really nice, I like the aquascaping, but the pics are alittle dark.
  5. I am really confused about setting up a refugium under my ten gallon. I have an extra 5 gallon tank and before I setup my new 10 gallon nano reef I want to have this ready to go. Ok...If I take my 5 gallon and put it under the 10 put one of these on the 10 (http://marinedepot.com/a_of.asp?CartId=) (The CL50). Attach a hose to it and put it into the 5. Then attach a pump to a hose and bring it back into the 10. Would that work and if it would what pump would you reccomend. Also how would I get the rate to go the same (You know so that the water wouldnt be pulled into the tank faster then it is pulled out)? Thanks and Help would be appreciated
  6. They cure it for 6-8 weeks in freshwater