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Old 12-29-2012, 06:47 PM   #321
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Hi my name is Carrie me and my partner have recently set up a Kent nano reef 24gal tank. He has kept tropical for years and has made the jump I just love fish and wanted to start up a hobby. We have our live rock and sand in and we've replaced the ceramic rings in the skimmer compartment with live rock rubble. We are getting our cleanup crew on the 31st probably some peppermint shrimp etc was just wondering what people would recommend for fish I wanted to get all three levels incoporated if poss low mid and top end of tank. Cheers everyone xx
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Old 12-29-2012, 07:51 PM   #322
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Have you cycled the tank yet?
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Old 12-29-2012, 09:51 PM   #323
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Hi I m jay this is my first time with saltwater reef tank . I want to know is there any problem if I use two live sand of different kind in one tank.
Sorry jay but this is not the thread to post your question
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:39 AM   #324
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[QUOTE="Gregcoyote;2256203"]Have you cycled the tank yet?[/



Can I cycle my 75 gal with live rock and live sand in it? And what kind of skimmer is good for me? I m confused abt skimmer........
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:20 PM   #325
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My brother has a 55 gallon reef that I was always intrigued by, so that helped. My lfs has an absolutely stunning saltwater and reef set up. It's really hard not to walk in there and want a reef aquarium. Lol. It sucked me in, and I'm really glad it did! I'm absolutely fascinated by anything aquatic!
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Old 02-13-2013, 05:49 AM   #326
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My partner manages peoples weddings - one time this couple thought it would be an excellent idea to have a gold fish in a bowl on every table at their wedding. Needless to say most of them didn't make it through the night, but i ended up with the last two remaining gold fish, bought them a proper tank and one of them is still alive today. Cut to years later, my same awesome partner bought me a 55g for my birthday. Off to the fish shop we go (i think my partner thought i would be getting freshwater fish) but i got to the marine section and fell in love with a juvenile queen angel so asked the guy how hard can this be? I still have the 55 and i still don't have an angel fish but am always thinking about the upgrade...
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I fell in a pond trying to catch a goldfish at age 2. Started fishing at 4 and got my first tank at 6 or 7. Had fish tanks ever since and still enjoy the outdoor experiences fishing provide
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:19 PM   #328
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My wife wanted a saltwater aquarium so I found a good deal on a complete setup that a friend was trying to get rid of. After getting it set up and going to look at a few lfs' I ended up being the one that got addicted. We now have a 90 gallon reef that has been running for about 9 months, and are patiently waiting on all of our coral frags to grow into colonies.
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Haha. Good luck with you passion!
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