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Posted 12/06/2012 at 06:12 PM by ACBlinky

Well unfortunately the kole tang died a couple days ago in QT, not entirely sure why. The other four fish seem well, though the longnosed hawk won't take anything but frozen food.

The main tank has so many pods, it's just incredible. Tiny pinhead sized isopods on the glass near the sand, a few large amphipods in the rocks, and about seven zillion 1/8" pods (iso, amphi, cope, I have no idea). The cleaner shrimp walks over the rocks and the 'pods part like the Red Sea, and rejoin behind him. They're plastered all over the overflow, back glass, and every surface of the rocks. I'm guessing they feed on film algae since they seem to like being out in the light.

Not much else to report. We've had two coral frag shipments delayed by the sellers -- one said something wasn't in prime health, the other ended up accidentally killing the maxi-mini anemone we ordered. Hopefully we'll get some new corals soon, when they're ready to go
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