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Old 01/22/2006, 11:48 AM   #1
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ok am in need of some help ASAP

ok, my pair of kudas are not happy in their 15 gallon tank and neither am i as it is going through an unexpected algea bloom. and my filter stoped working so i had to improvise by setting up another one. i am wondering because am setting them up in 46 bow after i get rid of my fish, could i just get rid of my agressive clwns and their anemone and then transfer my kudas into the tank? the other temporary tank mates will be a watchman goby, blue eyed tang and 3 green chromis, but i will hand feed my seahorses (they love being hand fed at least mine do). if this will work i will then move them over. the flow is light, and corals include a few small zoo frags, and a large toadstool leather and some fake acroporas for hitching posts. thanks


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Old 01/22/2006, 12:26 PM   #2
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I'm not sure, but wouldn't the tang and chromis cause stress to the horses since the fish are pretty active? Sorry to hear about your 15g... hope your horses are happy again soon!


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Old 01/22/2006, 02:30 PM   #3
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ok i added them to the tank and they imediately turned to a redish color. the tang went over and pecked once at my male, and then let him go, and now they are just exploring the tank. the tang, and the crhomis are being moved this week and the only inhabitabnts i plan to have are my mandarine and rainfords goby with another kuda pair, or different sp, and a pair of pipes


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