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Old 05-01-2011, 04:59 PM   #1031
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I'm trying. I've been feeding him everything I have and he's not budging yet. maybe a little on the emerald entree but thats it. I just don't want him to starve while we try to get him fully on prepared.
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Old 05-01-2011, 05:03 PM   #1032
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I see. Well I'm really hoping everything is working out. In the meanwhile, I'm attempting to learn about reefs from all this! Lol. I'd love a nano reef
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Old 05-01-2011, 05:04 PM   #1033
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It's looking to be working good, the cube that is. lol other than this mis step I think it's a perfect starter for sw. I'm supposed to get my gobies on tuesday. I was thinking on moving some corals over too at some point.
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Nice in my 5g nano, people were agreeing one like a candy cane would fit
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Old 05-01-2011, 05:09 PM   #1035
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That would be the perfect fish! Or maybe a clown goby, they are tiny and brightly colored. I'm supposed to be getting a citron.
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Very cool I thought it might be. I just need to figure out what live rock and live sand is first, then I need to figure out how to do corals
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Old 05-01-2011, 05:15 PM   #1037
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You can get away with a couple pieces of live rock rubble from your lfs, maybe 7 lbs total if that. Live sand is kinda a fallacy, I mean how live can it be in a bag? I only got it because it was the texture and color that I wanted. i can't tell if it helped or not though.

edit*** have you checked the nano fish section on live aquaria? Lots of good ideas there
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You can get away with a couple pieces of live rock rubble from your lfs, maybe 7 lbs total if that. Live sand is kinda a fallacy, I mean how live can it be in a bag? I only got it because it was the texture and color that I wanted. i can't tell if it helped or not though.

edit*** have you checked the nano fish section on live aquaria? Lots of good ideas there
I guess it helps with natural filtration blabla
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I'd say 80% of your filtration will be through the live rock. Plus it's a nice place to put your corals and fishies will like the hidey holes. i still have some more rockscaping to do before my new fish come. at least I want to anyway
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Carey I seen several pages back that you have to pay 15$ for shipping in Florida I usually use saltwaterfish.com the last two times I used it said free shipping and no sales tax in Florida I have ordered an anenome some coral and crabs and snails from them everything has arrived very timely and in great health just thought I'd help. I have the bio cube also pics on my thread if ur interested
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