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Old 11-10-2013, 11:15 PM   #21
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Yep there is room for both. I have an open section now as I pulled out the fuge basket. I run a UV on occassion so I put it in that space.
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Yep there is room for both. I have an open section now as I pulled out the fuge basket. I run a UV on occassion so I put it in that space.
Great, thank you! A big help as always.

Since I am a bit low on the fish funds right now, I probably will not change anything right away, but I definitely will look at spiffying things up when I get some more money . Saltwater fish-keeping sure can be expensive!
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Here is that picture! Just the box right now, but soon we will all get to see a tank!
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As requested here's a link to my shrimp/goby pair. Apologies for the quality and the algae on the glass, that type is one of the bad side effects of feeding live phyto :-(

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As requested here's a link to my shrimp/goby pair. Apologies for the quality and the algae on the glass, that type is one of the bad side effects of feeding live phyto :-(
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They actually have 7 entrances that I know of. Always gotta look for em haha
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Old 11-16-2013, 01:02 PM   #27
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That's funny about your pair of Goby and Shrimp.

I ordered the InTank media basket for my tank Thursday night! That will be great to use, as there will be no bio-balls! Today I should hopefully be getting the stand together and maybe filling the tank with rocks and water. Since I want a shrimp and goby pair, I should probably put the rock in before the sand, right? Will the sharp rocks hurt the bottom of the tank?

My only other concern was the location of the rocks. Unfortunately, they needed up in the garage near fertilizer! They were in a box, I just hope no fertilizer got in. If I wash them off though, they should be okay, right?

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I'd put the sand in and then the rock, just so those guys dont dislodge anything. lol It should be fine on the bare bottom of the tank,, just be gentle.

Not sure about the fertilizer, and not sure how you can check. :-(
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I'd put the sand in and then the rock, just so those guys dont dislodge anything. lol It should be fine on the bare bottom of the tank,, just be gentle.

Not sure about the fertilizer, and not sure how you can check. :-(
Got it, thanks.

I think the rocks will be okay, as they were separated. I will wash it off very well just in case.
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Is that grate thing at the bottom what I should snap out? Thanks!
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