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Old 09-20-2011, 11:53 AM   #191
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Flirtation ability?? Lmao increasing total volume is always a benefit. As mr.x said, a big problem in a little system becomes a small problem in a huge system....
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Old 09-20-2011, 12:29 PM   #192
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I do like to flirt. A lot. But I meant filtration. The stand that petco offers could hold a sump so it will be an option.
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Old 09-20-2011, 01:45 PM   #193
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Talking about clownfish in kio's thread has got me thinking about mine. Lfs has ORA snowflakes. This tank has also turned into a black and white tank theme. I'm torn to wait for the black ice or get the snowflakes or just two black and whites.
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I know it's a tough decision cause you can't have them all. LOL

I'm still kinda hoping in my heart I can put a set of designer clowns in my 20g rimless, but I would be torn between the black ice and the snowflakes.

I kinda can't rationalize spending $200 for a pair of fish though....even now after i have caught the fish fever i still can't do it. LOL
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But..... Clowns are Hearst and will be with you for a while!
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Old 09-20-2011, 02:11 PM   #196
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I paid $80 for a set of ORA mated b&w's and they unfortunately didn't survive the plague I had in the 125g when i first set it up. :-( They were my first sw fish too. things happen and I just can't help but worry that something could happen to them.

I just worry too much I think LOL. I'll find my clowns one day.....until then it's oscellaris and b&w perculas for me.
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I can understand that. I'm probably a fool for thinking the price is worth it.
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If you have the money and can stand the pressure then it's up to you. It's apparently worth the price for many people, it's just how badly do you want them.
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Lol bad.

Price should be a bit more manageable if the lfs gets them in on order vs me having to pay for shipping too
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I had bookmarked a site that was having a sale on ors snowflakes for 69/ piece but my girl erased it
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