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Old 05-29-2011, 12:20 PM   #651
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Photos as promised!!!! With the app updated.... Finally.....
I just read at my marine fish book and that goby is a: Randall's Shrimp Goby.
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Old 05-29-2011, 04:59 PM   #652
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We have progress!! I just sold off my 29g sw setup so I can now move the 55g into it's place and put the 125g there!! I was waiting on this build for the 29g to sell, so we now are going ahead.

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nice how much did you get for it if you dont mind me asking
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Carey you need to sell your house,build a huge aquarium on some land and build your house around it.LOL
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lol wasn't your cube brand new? like 2 months old if that?
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Old 05-29-2011, 05:10 PM   #656
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I sold my straight 29g sw. I still have the cube. This was my first sw the 29g. I'll miss it. But now I get to break down the 55g totally and move the 55g over. Space as you can imagine is at a premium in my house.

I sold it for 180$. I was into it for $230 or so so I figure I got my money's worth. It had the t5 odysseas on it.
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did you sell live stock with it?
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Old 05-29-2011, 05:39 PM   #658
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I sold off my elegance coral. :-( My clowns literally beat it almost to death. I had no place to put it, was way too big for the cube so it went with the tank. The guy took the water, sand and some rock. I took about 30lbs of rock out before i sold it for my 125. He also got my overstock of cuc from my 55g. i hate the dwarf ceriths lol.
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so a win win for both
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Yeah. I'm sitting here dreading the 55g breakdown. I'm just staring at the tank dreading it LOL. But the sooner I do it the sooner the 125g is up. My return pump and overflow should be here tomorrow. I hope anyways. Because of the stand that came with the 55g I cant drain it down and slide it.

I planned on taking out most of the livestock, I was gonna leave the blenny and goby cause they are jumpers. if i leave maybe 10 gallons in it I figure two guys can lift and move it.
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