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I moved the dottyback over. No sense in stressing him out to the point of death.

Seems to be doing ok, pics coming tomorrow…
 
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Picked up 5 more blue legged hermit crabs, 2 cerith snails, and 3 nassarius snails. More member of the CUC! They are already doing a great job:
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The cloves are also sprouting a new stem, which I’m happy to see:
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If you want a good CUC look into a conch mate, it's single handedly cleaned my sand bed of detritus, essentially a vacuum!
 

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conch snails get too big for normal aquariums and can reach 1 foot in length
 
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If you want a good CUC look into a conch mate, it's single handedly cleaned my sand bed of detritus, essentially a vacuum!
Conchs are awesome! I hear they knock over frags though… :grr::look:
 
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Coming along nicely, PK! I keep putting snails in my tank and the crabs keep feasting on them. :S
Thanks! Yours is looking great as well.

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Im going to start doing weekly water changes (10%-15%) to replenish what my corals take up.

I don’t think I need to dose anything yet, as I don’t have any SPS.

I still need to get all of my test kits. Once I get my numbers sorted out, I’ll see if I need to dose or not.

With a tank as small as mine, I think weekly water changes will be sufficient.
 

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Thanks! Yours is looking great as well.

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Im going to start doing weekly water changes (10%-15%) to replenish what my corals take up.

I don’t think I need to dose anything yet, as I don’t have any SPS.

I still need to get all of my test kits. Once I get my numbers sorted out, I’ll see if I need to dose or not.

With a tank as small as mine, I think weekly water changes will be sufficient.
more photos?
i love your little fishies
 
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I don't have any pics on my computer, but I will give some more coral shots tomorrow... ;)
 

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