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Old 01-06-2012, 10:53 PM   #91
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Lookin great! What lights are on? Is there antmy brighter white ones?
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Atta kidd lookin good man!!!
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@Travis55 its what came with it, there was other light in the room along with it being cloudy, its bright. I'll get better pictures once its not cloudy and its night. And the bulb in it is half white, half blue. May or may not need different ones.
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Looking really good gonna follow for sure I have 10 gallon nano it's so fun
Thanks! I'm already loving it and I just now got rock and water in it! Haha
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If that's a monti cap as it appears, you will need some intense lights to keep it.
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Old 01-07-2012, 02:03 AM   #94
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If that's a monti cap as it appears, you will need some intense lights to keep it.
None of this is live, a friend with a 125 that's just sitting in his garage gave me this, its just a skeleton.
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Better pic, all cleared up now



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Better pic, all cleared up now
Awesome! What fish u gonna do? U should put some type of fish in there.
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Awesome! What fish u gonna do? U should put some type of fish in there.
Fish wise I think my only option is a neon goby.
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Fish wise I think my only option is a neon goby.
Well thats better than just a shrimp tank. IMHO. u could try and make a freshwater molly or guppy Saltwater.... i made a molly sw. Till my damsels killed it...
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Got my master kit today!! tested ammonia, looks a lot different than it does with freshwater, is that suppose to be that way?



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Ya looks like you are about .25 API kits are a bit greener then the card portrays
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