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Old 06-30-2013, 11:17 PM   #91
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Nice teaser. Lol
Lol. Thanks. It's a crazy one. I'm gonna pm you.
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Old 07-02-2013, 11:52 PM   #92
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Not to brag, but I have 100 gallons of water in my living room.
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:53 AM   #93
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Let the cycling begin!

Okay, maybe it wasn't a full 100 but I'm getting the rest this morning. I didn't want to fill it all the way up until today. I bought all of this live rock for $40. It's about 50-60 lbs. I'm excited! Now I just need some lights and I'm good to go!

And check it out, no skimmer on the front of the tank. That's my favorite part! Lol!

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Wow!!! Now that's what I'm talkin about! Awesome!
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Thank you!!! I can't be more excited. Now to drop some brine shrimp in and let the bacteria go to town! Deciding to do a FOWLR instead of a reef made this happen a LOT faster than I expected it to. think an admin would help me change the name?
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I'm sure they would. Not sure how to go about it though.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:13 AM   #97
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I'm sure they would. Not sure how to go about it though.
Me neither. Boo. Haha.

Any stocking suggestions Tony? I'm going to try to create a time sequence and stocking list. Ahhhhh. I'm so excited.
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It's 6' long correct? Your options are wide open with a FOWLR. Except sharks, they need tanks with rounded corners. Just check liveaquaria.com for compatibility. Your in a good spot now. You don't have to concern yourself with tank size or reef safe.
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It's 6' long correct? Your options are wide open with a FOWLR. Except sharks, they need tanks with rounded corners. Just check liveaquaria.com for compatibility. Your in a good spot now. You don't have to concern yourself with tank size or reef safe.
Yessir it is! I think I've read every word on live aquaria. I just can't decide. Lol. I want a puffer fish, some small tangs, a small trigger fish (my lfs gets them as small as a half dollar) and my boyfriend really wants a lion fish. So maybe one of those. I'm thinking a dwarf fuzzy. I'm not interested in having the largest fish in my tank be a venomous one. Lol.
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My bad, most trigger fish need 125 - 180 gallon tanks. Puffers can be aggressive. Just do some homework.
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