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    new order coming in on Wednesday! It was supposed to get here tomorrow (our off day) so we could handle this large order! They informed us they would not be able to ship due to poor weather in Nashville. So unfortunately, we will be closed on Wednesday as we have a large volume of fish, coral and inverts coming in!
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    yep! it is a huge list so ill do the highlights like i normally do and if there is anything specific you're looking for feel free to ask! Inverts- pom pom crabs, electric eye scallop, (cleaner, fire, and peppermint shrimp), sexy shrimp, a mix of snails and conchs, urchins, chocolate chip stars, and hermits! Fish-striped dogface puffer, flamefin tomini tang, red sea sailfin tang (desjardini), bluejaw trigger, blonde naso, convict tang, christmas wrasse, a mix of gobies (a tiger goby as well!) flame hawk, arc eye hawk, longnose hawk, tiger jawfish, dogface puffer, flame angels, coral beauty, emporer angel, midas blenny, saddle clowns, snowflake phantom clown, platinum clown, and quite a few corals!
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    great that he is doing better! just know, i would plan a bigger tank in less than a year. He will probably need at least a 75reg in that time. its not necessarily about the water volume as it is the length of the tank. you could get a 300g tank, but if it is a cube, it likely wont be good enough.
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    Hey! I fully support what you are doing. I co-own a saltwater/reef store here in Toledo. I would be more than interested in helping promote your product as well as buy some from you. Pm me and hopefully we can work something out (I'm relatively young as well (24)! It may be a good idea since Toledo is very close to Perrysburg and we may be able to help get your name out before the swap even starts!
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    without setting up a qt you are pretty limited on what youre able to do. selcon and garlic would be your best option along with new life spectrum a+
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    i dont mean any offense but a 32 gallon is wayy to small for a hippo tang, especially a cube. likely why he got ich in the first place. i would keep feeding garlic and maybe pick up some selcon. i hope he makes i through but if both of the fish dont make it, you will have to go fallow for 6-8 weeks
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    what size tank? and is it possible to put a small tank under the current tank?
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    hippos stress very easily, you would literally need to set up a qt tank for 6-8 weeks to house the fish before they go into the main tank. you may get lucky and have the hippo tang fight it off but its not very likely. where are you located?
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    is this in a reef tank? do you have any inverts? if its a fish only, i would use cupramine
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    oh, yea it looks fine! I looked up some photos online and it looks identical
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    this is great!
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    i dont know why i thought it was so funny you called it a "gateway coral". It makes me picture some guy opening a trench coat filled with corals
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    i know with alot of the hang ons there is a little valve on the pump that controls flow, maybe the valve is all the way shut? what exactly is wrong with it?
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    Awesome! Unfortunately we haven't placed an order yet
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    Does anyone have any plans for their tank this weekend? Upgrading stuff, new members, re-aquascaping,etc.? -i think i am probably going to move a few things around and potentially pick up a new fish or two along with some inverts!
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    i need to make some baffles for my sump so my skimmer has a consistent water level. the sump i got, the guy cut two of the baffles out
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    You could also add some phosguard to see if that helps. I know they feed off of silicates(and a few other things)
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    any new updates?
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    In your opinion or experience, why do you think that potter's,flame, multi-bar, blue spotted jawfish, and other fish are notorious for dying "randomly" in spite of seeming healthy? I have a few ideas but I'm wondering what you guys/gals have to say about the topic!
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    agreed! at least they shouldnt be marketed as reef fish! I think it is perfectly fine if the hobbyist wants to keep a cooler tank to care for them but they dont belong in a normal reef tank
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    sorry to hear about the tang that is a pretty old potters angel!
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    We have a potters in one of the display tanks at the store, gorgeous fish! My understanding has a 3 prong approach. I know that these angels need sponges and sponges are mainly found in dimly lit areas. Potter's are sensitive to high lighting. Another thing is that when potters are young, they are found is shallower water where the water is around 78 degrees. As they mature, they are found at depths of 150' where the water is much cooler. I think that the long term exposure to higher lighting, higher water temps, and lack of nutrition ultimately kills them. I have heard the same for the bluespotted jawfish as well as many other Hawaiian fish where the water is cooler than the temp we keep our tanks
  24. I tore down my 38g bowfront and picked up a reef ready 70g rimless (its has lagoon style dimensions almost). This is going to be a fish only tank as my Fiance wants a dog face puffer....needless to say, i dont trust putting corals in with him. Don't worry, once he gets bigger he will have a bigger home, but i have a few years before that happens as he is just a little guy right now. Not sure what else is going in the tank yet!
  25. Yes! It's got pretty sweet dimensions..I've always been a fan of the cube look