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Old 11-26-2012, 09:39 PM   #651
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And maybe the dwarf one is different but they will eat small fish too which is why they are such a huge problem on wild reefs since their population exploded
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:42 PM   #652
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And maybe the dwarf one is different but they will eat small fish too which is why they are such a huge problem on wild reefs since their population exploded
Hmm.. I still have decisions to make lol
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:48 PM   #653
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Hmm.. I still have decisions to make lol
Cool fish but idk if best suited for a reef but hey it's your tank. You stock it with what you'd like lol
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If you google "how to quiet an overflow" you'll probably get tones of results. I know there's some videos on it if you check YouTube. It's not easy to describe. The videos or even just pictures make it so much easier to see the different ways people do it.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:52 PM   #655
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Cool fish but idk if best suited for a reef but hey it's your tank. You stock it with what you'd like lol
Yeah I'm still undecided dude, prob will be until my first purchase haha
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:53 PM   #656
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If you google "how to quiet an overflow" you'll probably get tones of results. I know there's some videos on it if you check YouTube. It's not easy to describe. The videos or even just pictures make it so much easier to see the different ways people do it.
Awesome, I'll check it out! Thank youuu
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:57 PM   #657
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Ok well I have gotten all my rock together and bought some epoxxy.. tonight, I will ATTEMPT to scape my tank.. if all goes well, I will start to cycle the tank as well...

..how do I go about using the Pure Ammonia from ACE.. I bought a bottle but never did it this way, always used raw shrimp.
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Make sure the ammonia you purchased from ACE has no bubbles when you shake the bottle. Dose slowly, and test, slowly, and test. etc. I have not done this method myself but that is what I read.
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Make sure the ammonia you purchased from ACE has no bubbles when you shake the bottle. Dose slowly, and test, slowly, and test. etc. I have not done this method myself but that is what I read.
Yeah its the right stuff, the "janitorial" kind haha.. Im not even sure if I will do it this way... might just buy a giant raw shrimp n throw it in there n call it a day lol
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I always use the raw shrimp method also. I'm a coward when it comes to ammonia. *shame*
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