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  #11  
Old February 22nd 10, 04:43 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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On Feb 22, 9:58*am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
Yukon wrote:
I was just checking my records and noticed my Lemonpeel angel is over
11 years old. Pretty good, I'd say. He's spent all his life in the
same 55 gallon tank with no skimmer or filtration. Took off the Bak-
Pak skimmer over 8 years ago and never looked back. Just live rock and
lots of powerheads. Normal output lighting only. Mushrooms and GSP's
taking over the tank. Tankmates include a blenny, coral bannded
shrimp, and a yellow tailed damsel, though they are all only 5 years
old. Can't get a more basic tank than that.


i bought a used 125g tank with a cinnemon clown in 1993. the previous owner
had the tank/clown for 7 years before i got it, and i still have both.


Looks like ****ing ****.........
  #12  
Old February 22nd 10, 05:32 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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On Feb 22, 10:58*am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
Yukon wrote:
I was just checking my records and noticed my Lemonpeel angel is over
11 years old. Pretty good, I'd say. He's spent all his life in the
same 55 gallon tank with no skimmer or filtration. Took off the Bak-
Pak skimmer over 8 years ago and never looked back. Just live rock and
lots of powerheads. Normal output lighting only. Mushrooms and GSP's
taking over the tank. Tankmates include a blenny, coral bannded
shrimp, and a yellow tailed damsel, though they are all only 5 years
old. Can't get a more basic tank than that.


i bought a used 125g tank with a cinnemon clown in 1993. the previous owner
had the tank/clown for 7 years before i got it, and i still have both.


That is an old clown. You must be doing something right. I just feed
mine flake 90% of the time.
  #13  
Old February 23rd 10, 01:00 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
A Paul Ing
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Default Lemonpeel Angelfish will live long if you do not wank off in thewater or use the wifes douche water for makeup water

On Feb 22, 11:32*am, Yukon wrote:
On Feb 22, 10:58*am, "chaniarts"
wrote:

Yukon wrote:
I was just checking my records and noticed my Lemonpeel angel is over
11 years old. Pretty good, I'd say. He's spent all his life in the
same 55 gallon tank with no skimmer or filtration. Took off the Bak-
Pak skimmer over 8 years ago and never looked back. Just live rock and
lots of powerheads. Normal output lighting only. Mushrooms and GSP's
taking over the tank. Tankmates include a blenny, coral bannded
shrimp, and a yellow tailed damsel, though they are all only 5 years
old. Can't get a more basic tank than that.


i bought a used 125g tank with a cinnemon clown in 1993. the previous owner
had the tank/clown for 7 years before i got it, and i still have both.


That is an old clown. You must be doing something right. I just feed
mine flake 90% of the time.


Quit wanking off in the water dude.
  #14  
Old February 23rd 10, 01:36 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Default Lemonpeel Angelfish

"Yukon" wrote in message
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On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
Yukon wrote:
I was just checking my records and noticed my Lemonpeel angel is over
11 years old. Pretty good, I'd say. He's spent all his life in the
same 55 gallon tank with no skimmer or filtration. Took off the Bak-
Pak skimmer over 8 years ago and never looked back. Just live rock and
lots of powerheads. Normal output lighting only. Mushrooms and GSP's
taking over the tank. Tankmates include a blenny, coral bannded
shrimp, and a yellow tailed damsel, though they are all only 5 years
old. Can't get a more basic tank than that.


i bought a used 125g tank with a cinnemon clown in 1993. the previous
owner
had the tank/clown for 7 years before i got it, and i still have both.


Marine fish seem to live much longer than some freshwater fish
we used to see in freshwater tanks...
Mine fishtank is not that old, I set up my reef in 2002, but I have
also not lost a single fish from the first buy: 2 maroon clowns
(breeding regularly now), hepatus tang, royal gramma.
Lots of bubble tip anemones, overgrowing the tank volume...
I also have 2 maroon clowns in the other tank grown from the
other pair's fry. And the young also breed (between brother & sister!!!).

That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.


I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.

  #15  
Old February 23rd 10, 02:58 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
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On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:


That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.


I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.


Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.

Mike
  #16  
Old February 23rd 10, 06:59 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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On Feb 23, 9:58*am, wrote:
Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
....
On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.

I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.


Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.

Mike


Mike and Pszemol -
I do feed them frozen Marine Cuisine once in a while. Mostly flake
though. Hey Psz - do you actually have baby maroons you've raised?
  #17  
Old February 23rd 10, 07:11 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
A Paul Ing
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On Feb 23, 12:59*pm, Yukon wrote:
On Feb 23, 9:58*am, wrote:

Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
....
On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.
I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.


Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.


Mike


Mike and Pszemol -
I do feed them frozen Marine Cuisine once in a while. Mostly flake
though. Hey Psz - do you actually have baby maroons you've raised?


Puke in the tank and let them eat the ****ing chunks.
  #18  
Old February 23rd 10, 11:05 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Default Lemonpeel Angelfish

Yukon wrote:
On Feb 23, 9:58?am, wrote:
Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
...
On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.
I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.


Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.

Mike


Mike and Pszemol -
I do feed them frozen Marine Cuisine once in a while. Mostly flake
though. Hey Psz - do you actually have baby maroons you've raised?


I've had mine for about 6-7 years. I'd like to get rid of him, actually;
he's VERY territorial :-)

Mike
  #19  
Old February 24th 10, 12:12 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Pszemol
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Default Lemonpeel Angelfish

"Yukon" wrote in message
...
On Feb 23, 9:58 am, wrote:
Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
...
On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"
wrote:
That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.
I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.


Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.


Mike and Pszemol -
I do feed them frozen Marine Cuisine once in a while. Mostly flake
though. Hey Psz - do you actually have baby maroons you've raised?


Yes, but they are adults now... :-)

I have traded almost all 70 survivers about 1.5" each to the local stores.

Kept the last 4 smallest ones and put them in two separate small tanks.

One pair died after unfortunate feeding with some suspected live brine
shrimp but the other pair is doing well in my second tank (10g only!)
and they now breeding, too. In fact they deposited new eggs yesterday
evening on the rock under a large rose bubble-tip anemone.

So I had the pleasure to observe the full life cycle of these fish, from
tiny,
almost invisible fry, then the funny-swimming larvae and now adults.

  #20  
Old February 24th 10, 12:19 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Default Lemonpeel Angelfish

wrote in message
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Yukon wrote:
On Feb 23, 9:58?am, wrote:
Pszemol wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message
...
On Feb 22, 10:58 am, "chaniarts"

wrote:
That is an old clown. You must be doing something right.
I just feed mine flake 90% of the time.
I think you should feed him some mixed frozen food like krill,
mysids, etc. Flakes every day might not be giving him all nutrition.

Flake foods are pretty good these days, especially if you mix them up.
Still, they do like the occassional burst of frozen shrimp.


Mike and Pszemol -
I do feed them frozen Marine Cuisine once in a while. Mostly flake
though. Hey Psz - do you actually have baby maroons you've raised?


I've had mine for about 6-7 years. I'd like to get rid of him, actually;
he's VERY territorial :-)


Is this fish alone in the tank? If so, it is not "him", it is "her" :-)
Get her a mate and then, when they start breeding, you will
know what the word "territorial" really means if you put your
hand into the tank while cleaning their tank interior :-)

Beautiful and intelligent fish...
My pair grow up together with other two fish in the 58g
Oceanic tank (royal gramma and hepatus tang). They are
doing just fine, not bothering other fish except the basslet but even that
only if it swims too close to the nest while occupied with eggs.

 




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