The wyoming white saga

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by Thales, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. blazedapurp

    blazedapurp Guest

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    my LFS had formalin the last time i was there. if u are still looking for some let me know and i can check to see if they still have some. there nwas 2 bottles left and i bought one so there was one left.
     
  2. Thales

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    A quick update -

    They are doing fine an hosting in a gigantea. The one is still weird colored. Got several treatments of Trip Sulfa and FW dips for pretty much no reason. I got formalin, but never used it. :D

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  3. JAR

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    Awesome!!!!
     
  4. Gomer

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    you know who wears the pants in that family :p
     
  5. A_Lee

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    Looks good Rich
     
  6. sfsuphysics

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    Good choice on the anemone, even though it's not as eco-friendly as my home grown RBTA are... ;) that one looks a million times cooler
     
  7. bookfish

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    So you gonna bring some down to Berkeley Mike?
     
  8. Eight

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    That anemone is gorgeous!
     
  9. sfsuphysics

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    Jim, I might just do that if I find a way to remove them easily or switch to a true anemone only type of tank. However to be perfectly honest they haven't split in quite a while, I'm not sure if I simply had unfavorable conditions that prompted division via asexual reproduction and I've been "cleaner" lately or lack of feeding to cause them to split.
     
  10. bookfish

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    Well, I was really asking for down the road a bit. I won't put nems in newish tanks so maybe in a couple of months, depending on how the canaries (whoops, meant corals!) do.-Jim
     
  11. Thales

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    The ww are doing well and happily hosting away. The one with the color issue seems to be regaining its color. Here are a few shots:


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  12. JAR

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    they look awesome in that nem!
     
  13. patrickb

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    Very cool photos.
     
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