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Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby LIVINGART on Wed May 05, 2010 7:55 am

Many people are dealing with algae problems in there aquariums right now.
We have a fresh shipment of algae eaters and more arriving today.


This is what we're expecting:
Md. Blue Hippo Tangs
Sm. Scopus Tangs
Desjardini Tang
Linear Blenny
Seahares
Emerald Crabs
Astrea Snails
Margarita Snails
Black Turbo Snails
Cerith Snails

We're also getting:
Cleaner Wrasse
Radiant Wrasse
Solar Fairy Wrasse
Multi-banded Pipefish
Tank Raised Baby Seahorse
Funmanchu Lionfish
Purple Firefish
Gold Midas Blenny (Africa)
Bicolor Angel
Coral Beauty
Green Chromis
Gold-head Sleeper Gobies
Bubble Anemonies
Sm. Rock Beauty Angel

For you freshwater people we are getting:
Checkerboard Cichlids (unbelievable fish!)
Albino 1/2 Beaks
Red Dwarf Coral Platies
Baby BOWFIN! (impossible to get)
Peacock Bass Babies
Blue Lobsters
Bumblebee Gobies
Black Ghost Knifefish
Chinese Hifin Shark
Synodontis notatus Catfish

Thanks for staying posted.
Stop in to relieve your algae issues or just to say hi.

Paul
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Re: Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby Socratic Monologue on Wed May 05, 2010 1:05 pm

LIVINGART wrote:Funmanchu Lionfish



Like a FuManchu, except way better to invite to a party, right?
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Re: Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby PinkLady on Wed May 05, 2010 7:16 pm

LMFAO! Classic.

Need some more snails to take care of algae, but dunno if they'll be affected by the lowered salinity I've got the tank at right now?
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Re: Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby LIVINGART on Thu May 06, 2010 8:00 am

Probably better to manually remove the algae until the specific gravity is consistent.
Snails are stupid sensitive when it comes to chemical fluctuations.
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Re: Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby FishRfun on Thu May 06, 2010 11:30 am

Hi Paul,

What color are the Bubble Anemonies?

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Re: Algae Eaters Arriving Today

Postby LIVINGART on Fri May 07, 2010 8:33 am

Hey Tonya,
We did not get bubble anemonies because our wholesaler ran out or they looked unhealthy.
We will try to get some soon. They are usually greenish, but sometimes have very interesting colors/patterns.
Thanks,
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