Wizards 1kl setup

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Hi, i have been lurking on MASA for a few days now.. i like what i see. i thought id register and post a few pics:
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lol, only had him a few days and he is eating, no white spot 100%
i lost one a while back and only plucked up the courage to try again now
 
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this was 9 months ago ................ mmmmmmmmmmmm so clean and sterile
 
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ill try and take a full tank shot tonight when there is not so much glare on the bloody glass
 

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Welcome Wizard, great looking tank you got there, looking forward to the full tank shot, some pics of the sump and equipment would also be cool :)
 
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thanks man, i had a whole lot of equipment/sump pics that i posted on "some other" forum. ill dig around and post a few here
 
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Hey Wizard, very very nice I'm impressed.

Would love to hear more about your equipment and what makes the tank tick.

Keep up the good work :)
 
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Welcome Wizard
 
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Nice, wizard. What kind of magic did you have to conjure up to get that PB to be as happy as he looks?
Stress!, A sure sign that something is "bothering" a pb is when it shows those lines. Pretty common in surgeon fish: Darkening of spots in Sailfin tang, appearance of blotches on flanks of lipstick tangs, orange tinge to flanks of yello tangs, etc
Could be symptoms of stress, usually being freightend or a show of agression.
 
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Stress!, A sure sign that something is "bothering" a pb is when it shows those lines. Pretty common in surgeon fish: Darkening of spots in Sailfin tang, appearance of blotches on flanks of lipstick tangs, orange tinge to flanks of yello tangs, etc
Could be symptoms of stress, usually being freightend or a show of agression.
dnt blame him, only put him in on wed night, he seems quite happy and is settling down quite well

thanks for the encouragement guys
 
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shame, that clam has been nursed back from the other side. he almost didnt make it (something was munching on him) so hes extra special to me plus chris from northlands almost lost his finger to this guy. !$@$ it was funny
 
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