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Old 10-16-2011, 01:59 AM   #261
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until when, then do what?
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until when, then do what?
Until ur trites are zero.
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when trites are 0, what do i do
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also, could i get a longnose atlantic butterfly fish
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I would say no. He would be to big for your tank.
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Most butterfly fish are a little hard to keep and do eat coral.
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is that a no or if u get a small 1 and change some things it could work no
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A butterfly in a 20L is a definitive NO. LOL
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any ideas on a fish that you dont see everyday in a 20 long, i want to be different?
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i also want it to be on the big side for a 20 long
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