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    Question coral retraction?

    did a 100g water change, all acros have not extended polyps since? 3 days now. IO salt

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    never mind, found the problem, my beautiful flame angel has decided to... test things how do I remove from a 500g tank:bawling:

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    Try a trap? 500 gal ,I do not envy you.:drunk2:
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    I have a trap here if you need to borrow it Johnny.

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    Unhappy

    thanks IJO,I'LL be by tomorrow at 11am if thats a good time?
    this sucks as he is a really nice looking fish.

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    That's really a bummer. Flame angel's are one of my favourites too. Just no way to tell if you're going to get a nipper or not though.
    Susan

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    he was good for the first few months but I noticed the last couple of days that all my acros were not extending. I thought it was my first ever water change but noticed him picking a couple of times plus he's really fat now. I checked this early morning [darkness ] and seen all the acros had there polyps out like crazy so I fed them GP's but I will have to remove him very nice looking fish. MARSHALL ISLAND I believe.

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    Originally posted by Flame*Angel
    Flame angel's are one of my favourites
    Duh!! Ya think?!!!!

    John,
    Welcome to the world of "trying" an angel in a reef...

    O.k. I'm done being sarcastic..., I don't have anything constructive to add here though.

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    Cool

    he's gone and the corals look better. theres still somewhat less polyp exstention but you should see them at night! I feed GP's at 5am

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