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Old 08-31-2011, 08:04 PM   #2381
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that would be something to heat and light!
mineaswell fill tge rest of the yard with solar panels,gonna need them
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:04 PM   #2382
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that would be something to heat and light!
Yes, think how much the LEDs would run for that one. LOL For a sump, you would just have to park a fire engine next to it. Your garage might be big enough to hold the RO/DI filter. LOL
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:06 PM   #2383
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don't need a sump with a 50,000 gallon tank!
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:09 PM   #2384
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LOL. I wish I had a pool let alone a reef pool. hehe....

Since my vidoe from earlier pootie has come out alot more, I guess she's just camera shy.

I'm anticipating adding some fish in the next week or so.

I'm looking at either a Kole tang or my 3 blue reef chromis.

What should I pick? Or should I even consider another tang?
I was also thinking maybe a wrasse, reef safe of course, BUT do they really jump alot out of the tank like people say they do?

I;mnot going to grid off the top so if it will indeed more likely jump I will pass. Which kinda leads me to another question but about the biocube. Would a wrasse do ok in a 29g one? It has a built in lid so if they do jump that much I think I'd be safe. Justnot sure about size of the fish, I'm looking at some out of the ordinary wrasses so I'm not sure about sizes yet.
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:16 PM   #2385
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loved the vid.(15 or more characters)
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i have pretty good luck with wrasses. i don't find them jumping too often in a large tank. i had 2 jump out of a 30 cube though...
i like whipfin fairy wrasses. they look nice and are cheap.
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Screw leds, go with 1200w mh stadium lights
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na....plasma is the way to go-
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I'm waiting for that day when a few people on here get together and buy her a 300g tank and just send it to her. She will find room then.

Was wondering about the wrasse as well. Have a 210 will be working on and wanted to know some good ones.
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Holy s@#t thats a bright lil bulb, 140 lumens per watt?? Rediculous
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