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Old 11-25-2011, 09:12 PM   #71
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Great price on the clowns! I'd do what your heart says, LOL, do you really really want them or is the new tank more important?
IDK?!?! I really want the clowns but I know they'll have them again in a few months. They had 2 pairs and 6 Black Ice clowns for 135 each.
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Old 11-25-2011, 09:17 PM   #72
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I think I'll wait until I get them a 37g breeding tank they have in a few months. It has a chamber for the new babies, refugium, and eggs as well as a place to hatch artemia. It's a bit pricy at 449 but hopefully I'll make it back with the babies I can sell.
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Old 11-26-2011, 06:05 AM   #73
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Here is the crab:
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Old 11-26-2011, 07:50 AM   #74
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Eeee, very creepy looking! LOL But good picture!
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Old 11-26-2011, 09:18 AM   #75
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Here is the crab:
He looks very cool!
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Old 11-26-2011, 08:03 PM   #76
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Thanks! My 75g Reef is selling soon for 800 so hopefully I'll be able to snag some corals from saltycritters.com shipping is 40 but each frag is 5. Might get 10-15 frags.
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When looking at saltycritter I couldnt find the frags can u post a link?
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Old 11-27-2011, 12:21 AM   #78
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When looking at saltycritter I couldnt find the frags can u post a link?
Oops I meant saltcritters but here is their link http://www.saltcritters.com/
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Old 11-27-2011, 08:13 PM   #80
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So I've decided I'm going to set up a pico. I've got 7 pounds of base rock from BRS I had from my old 10 gallon that i took down because of algae issues and such and 1-2 pounds of cured live rock from my reef tank. I've got my formation/ rockscape for the tank ready. I also bought an aqueon 10-20 filter as well as 5 pounds of sand, Bio-Spira, and 2 pounds of live sand from my 2 year old FOWLR. The tank I bought is similar to the TOM's Deco 3 gallon but mines is just slightly longer and wider. The tank should arrive tomorrow according to Fedex. It comes with an 18w Compact florescent 50/50 actinics. Im planning on buying a power head and a background this week. I'm going with the fish less cycle which Im hoping shoudn't be too long because of Biospira (Had success with it before so trying it again), cured rock, seeded filter cartridge, and live sand. I can't decide between a black or dark blue background. My stock im planning for this tank is
-5 nassarius snails
-2 large nerites
-1 coral banded shrimp or Cleaner shrimp
-1-3 sexy shrimp
-5 blue legged hermit crabs
-5 red legged hermit crabs
- Emerald or Sally light foot crab
-and a clown goby.
I haven't decided on coral but i know I won't have SPS and if I do it'll probably be only one acro or monticap which should work under my lighting if on the top. Pics uploading now so......

sounds like an awesome tank.
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