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Old 01-13-2012, 12:10 PM   #1
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24 hr salt tank setup a success!

Used live sand
Live rock
Deltec mce 300
Oceanic salt
Fluval 305 filter
55 g tank
Started with t5 and corral Led
Now all LEDs
Started adding fish after 24 hrs
Now have tomato clown
Common clown
Green cronis
Yellow tang
Lawn mower blenny
Fire fish
Been 4 months no loader except an anemone that doubled in size before getting sucked into filter! Poor guy
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