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that was why i was distributing them when they were healthy, hopefully can buy back the same crop from you guys one day I'm at a fixed too.. maybe i'll post a photo of the current status here and also over at RC to get more ideas.
Yes you are right, i actually reduced the flow significantly due to introduction of small seahorses. It was struggling with high-flow. I should not have introduced them :| And i've no control of the temperature since its outdoor tank XD
Dude, I'm not trying to tell you how your tank should be, but hear me out... Those tangs need a way way bigger tank. I'm usually against people telling me I can't have a tang in a smaller tank and I personally have a small yellow and blue one, saying that your tank is far too small for the naso tang and countless other fish you have there. It feels more like a restaurant tank where you pick out a fish to eat than something a hobbyist would do. You should consider removing 50% of the fish.