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wolften

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  5. ...I'm with Bullrag, lil one is a blacky, biggie is a whitey...for a definite ID a close look at their swimming action is needed.
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  8. ...interesting...do you have a 3' red florescent in stock Donny?
  9. ...what fish did you have with the rgb lights?
  10. ...water is as perfect as I can get and they have plenty of places to hide. As most fronnies are known to be skittish especially these ones, Namansi Reef, I was asking if anyone has had any experience with red lights on a tank as apparently they cannot see out in that situation. I've had these fish for 2 years and getting sick of looking at a black sheet covering the tank. I used to keep Tropheus before so I do know a little about correct water parameters. ...hmmmmm...edit...looking at my avatar, does anyone know what Frontosa tastes like...
  11. ...a reply from Seahorse Aquariums in Dublin, Ireland... ...methinks a "Bark Box" is supposed to be a dark box:amen: ..all this is because of quarantining fish after shipping. Just wondering if I could use the red light during daylight hours and turn it off when it gets dark. Maybe trial it for a week and watch out for algae blooms.
  12. ...I have heard/read that using a red light on a tank to help settle/quarantine new fish, helps them immensely. I think that the fish cannot see out or don't know how to handle the red spectrum. If this has some merit I may try this to help settle my Fronnies, being deep dwellers anything is better than throwing a blanket over the tank. Now, would the red light be just your ordinary red party light type Bunnings special or some fandangled ubeaut infrared jobby ala Mission Impossible type tech. ...any constructive thoughts...
  13. ....soooo Donny, when are you going to be stocking some angry algae for our Trofeus...ehhhh
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