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Old 04-23-2011, 02:15 PM   #581
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I dropped way too much food in. :-( I kinda also wanna make sure any ammonia will disappear in 24hrs to make sure I am cycled. I will test again, I'm bored. lol Dragging butt on doing my pwcs today
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:15 PM   #582
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how many tanks you gtta pwc 6?
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:18 PM   #583
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Actually I only have four since the cube doesnt need one and my 29g sw is empty again. I was storing base rock in there, Check this out

Aquarium Saltwater Base Rocks

I was thinking on buying it and letting it cycle in the 29g so when I'm ready for the 125g I have alot of rock.

Sound like a plan? I was also intending to sell the 29 reef setup for like $250 which would come in handy to buy the tank and stand off CL.
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holy crap buy it now! thats not gonns stay long and you'll never find that much that cheap
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:20 PM   #585
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You don't like picassos :O </3

Lol just kidden, i know what you mean, mine don't have too much white thankfully (I think)

Check out this cool maroon clown though, pretty awesome
Lightning maroon clownfish from Blue Zoo Aquatics will be entrusted to an accomplished fishbreeder
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thts cool i dont like the eyes though
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Wow Kelsey, I'd buy them in a heartbeat! So different and pretty
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lol the eyes bother me id feel watched
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They're amazing, but I agree that the eyes would creep me out a bit. But if I had a saltwater setup, as I someday will, that'd be the clown I bought. If I could find it. Someday when I'm a rich movie star, lol, I'll have a very, very exotic saltwater setup.
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lol the eyes bother me id feel watched
haha it's probably just the picture making them look like they glow, I wonder if they have had any success in breeding them. The article was from over a year ago.
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