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Old 10-26-2012, 06:26 AM   #41
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Yeah, but where do you live? If I lived in NJ, no problem. Im in rural Indiana over here. The LFS thinks he is a salt water Guru because he can mix salt and water.......
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Old 10-27-2012, 01:36 PM   #42
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Ok , going to get my tank today. One of the reasons I'm starting a new tank is because I want to tear down my old one but don't want to lose the occupants. I was plagued by Aptaisia and want to transfer frags of my corals from that tank and my livestock but don't want to risk Aptaisia again.
It was my first Marine tank and had no Idea what they were until it was to late. Not only that but size upgrade as well. 29 nano to a 93 cube. Any ideas on how not to plague the new tank? Would it be alright to use some water from the old to seed?
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