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Very strange indeed....

RandyB

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The only limits are for day and night octo's. They're supposed to be a pound. I think because they're considered game fish we're not supposed to take them as pets, but I don't really see a difference in taking one for food vs. taking one as a pet.

Where abouts is this cove and have you found any good green macro-algea for your tank? I haven't found any plants yet that look good in my tank.
 

cthulhu77

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Well, macroalgaes are somewhat hard to keep...depending on the species...do you have "caulerpa" there? That one is fairly hardy...
 

cthulhu77

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Typically, caulerpa looks like a fern or an edged blade grass... it should be fairly common there...
 
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Nooo I dont think so. The algae I have is kinda maroon and a green bush thing. Kinda the same plant only different colors and the maroon ones have leaves that drop all over the place. :P
 

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All those dead leaves could be one of the reasons that tank crashed so badly?
 

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