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It's picture time!

Posted 11/29/2012 at 03:07 PM by ACBlinky

Okay fair warning, they're low quality pictures from my blackberry, but... everyone loves pictures even if they're fuzzy, right?

Fish are here, hanging out in the QT. I got a pair of ocellaris clownfish, a yellow watchman goby, a longnose hawkfish and a kole tang.

The QT is being treated with Cupramine and the fish will be in copper at therapeutic levels for six weeks (unless they get sick!)

The display is doing well. I moved a couple of rocks around to get some frags into more ideal spots (there are a few rocks that aren't cemented to the others). Forgive the cloudy water and closed-up corals; I've been moving things and cleaning a bit (scraping the back wall, turkey basting the rockwork) -- normally everything is open and healthy looking.

FTS:


Some shots of the fish in the QT:




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    Do you have rock in your QT?
    Posted 12/01/2012 at 10:34 PM by Revmedia Revmedia is offline
 

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