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Old 04-09-2007, 03:07 PM   #1
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29g sw reef setup list

I just got into this hobby a little over a year ago with a 29g fw and i have loved the hobby. Since everything has gone so well i wanted to move to SW. If anyone could help me out with a good list of everything i'll need. I would be thankfull untill then I'll continue to read more books and watch topics on here. I love the site it has been so helpfull. thank you in advance for the help.
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Same tank or new tank? This post covers equipment needed.
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LOL! I was looking for that article under the articles page, and then realized it was on this page.
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Check out the Fishless Cycle and welcome to the "saltie" side.
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Ever used copper in the current tank?
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no but i saw copper mentioned on this site a few time what would that be used for

thank you for the cycle article but i was looking for more of an equipment list
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Best used in a separate QT tank to treat certain saltwater fish diseases like Marine Ich or White Spot Disease.

Copper will kill inverts (hermits, snails, shrimp, ect..) which is why I asked and why it shouldn't be used in the main tank.
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Click on Micah's bold letters about eight posts above, this one for equipment.
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