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Old 02-15-2005, 02:49 PM   #11
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Oh, sorry, Phyl. Not sure yet -- need to talk it over at home. The red mythrax is in QT right now. The kids really like him (active with lots of personality), but I really want some basic soft corals to brighten the tank up a bit. Sounds like the emeralds will fit the bill all around. I'll probably set up the red dude in a small nano (1 gal) for either the office at work or somewhere else in the house. The only alternative is to put the red guy back in the main tank (keeping it FOWLR), and start a proper nano (eg, JBJ 12 gal) for reefing -- but that's more than I want or have time for.

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