Paddy's first marine tank

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Reply #90

It's near on impossible to kill a Kenyan tree so I would not worry it's just having a sulk

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My wife would manage to kill it. We had a cactus in the kitchen that she managed to kill. How on earth do you do that

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Reply #91

over watering it.

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Reply #92

over watering it.

The cactus or the Kenya tree 😂

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Reply #93

both  :D

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Reply #94

Peacock wrasse is spending more and more time out and about. She eats mysis and brine shrimp but won't take pellets off the sand bed. Also constantly combs the rocks and sand for pods.

Kenya tree is in the process of what looks like shedding a layer of skin and happier for it.

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Reply #95

See pic for wrasse and shedding Kenya tree:

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Reply #96

Better pic of wrasse, tank not looking it's best because I haven't wanted to disturb wrasse while she was settling in.

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Reply #97

leopard wrasse are lovely :)

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Reply #98

Yep, lovely but looks like I have my work cut out making sure it's well fed.

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Reply #99

You will find as it gets used to when your lights come on and off it will learn it and be out more and more.
Mine was fussy to start with but now eats anything, flake and pellets.


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Reply #100

my  Leopard Wrasse  is the first one up in the morning and the first to go when the lights out ,during the day he/she is all over the place it will take frozen,flake,pellets and when the nori go's in its a free for all

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Reply #101

All good to hear!

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