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Old 11-01-2013, 03:10 PM   #11
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Old 11-01-2013, 03:48 PM   #12
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Ha ha nice. My wife would kill me. I just need 3!

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Old 11-01-2013, 04:10 PM   #13
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My roomates got freaked out when I got my 20 gal because I have 7 Betta bowls and a 29 gal . So it's two large tanks and 7 small but soon could be 9 Betta as I may repossess 2 Betta due to person I had given them to not taking proper care of them
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I started with a 16gal sw....then added a 1.5 gal sw...then 2.5 gal betta...then another 16 gal sw....then a 8 gal sw....then a 110gal sw. Not bad for six months.The wife said I should cool it on the tanks, so shortly I'll be back down to the 110, 16 and the betta tank. It's been quite a ride.
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As of today I have 8 tanks running, 7 salt and 1 fresh.

I tend to spread out my mainetenance when I can. I will water change the 125g salt one day and then do the 29g cube and 60g cube on another, the 90g I do whenever I can. the smaller tanks I have I will do whenever I think of it as they are small and a bucket or two of water is generally all thats needed.

It is a hassle to behonest and while I love all my tanks I am planning on consolidating the 125g, the 29g biocube and the 60g rimless into the new 180g tank I just setup.

I am torn as to what is easier though, the 8g pico I have is simple, a couple scoops of water and the water change is done. The 125g is a production to do a water change on but the tank is far more stable as far as parameters than the 8g pico.

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I have a mix of many different saltwater fish amongst my tanks, but I love my Tangs most of all.
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