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View Poll Results: if you have kept a blue spot jawfish how long did it survive
3 months or less 21 31.82%
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Old 01/18/2020, 02:20 PM   #476
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Hi everyone. Just to let you know tank is still up and running . Iíve got some pictures to put on , but itís been so long Iíve forgotten how to do it . Fish doing well most of them are still the same original fish in the thread (after the big white spot , nutmeg wipeout) corals are up and down , I donít mess very much with the tank now , and it does better for it but it does tend to cycle for me , sometimes my soís are taking off and the lps slows but I assume this is due to levels in the tank . Equipment again nothing new or exciting still the same stuff and still working well . But pictures are better than words so Iíll try to remember how to do this .


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Old 01/18/2020, 03:01 PM   #477
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Well I can’t even see the old pictures in the thread let alone get new ones on . Anyone know how I get the pictures on ?


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Old 05/12/2021, 03:52 PM   #478
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So I still have a tank everyone . At the moment it has lots of fish and nems. Corals took a burn out . I had a phos rise and everything I had growing bleached . I think it was from the death of a very large engineer goby which I just could not get out the tank


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Old 05/12/2021, 03:55 PM   #479
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I have plans to change my tank . Still a large tank but want to reconfigure the shape. Also my marine ply stand is looking worryingly warped , so next one will go for an ally stand , so hopefully we revive my thread , trying to take the things Iíve learned from my first big tank and apply them to the new one . I hope I have learned a lot now and lots of things I would do different . Keep you posted


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Old 09/28/2021, 04:00 PM   #480
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How do I post pictures again l itís driving me crazy . Wanted to take some last pictures before the new tank


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