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Old 09-21-2011, 11:11 PM   #211
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i keep looking at that darn flame angel. and i keep going back an forth on the clowns. i know that im for sure wanting the b&w clown, but its a toss up on the black ice or picasso or a snowflake clown.
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Old 09-21-2011, 11:17 PM   #212
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i keep looking at that darn flame angel. and i keep going back an forth on the clowns. i know that im for sure wanting the b&w clown, but its a toss up on the black ice or picasso or a snowflake clown.
Lol... I know what u mean... So thinking about the Picasso, but the other clown was my 1st fish and only survivor from the start...
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seriously seeing you all with your fish talk makes me want to convert my fw 55 to salt. lol
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seriously seeing you all with your fish talk makes me want to convert my fw 55 to salt. lol

im not going to say no.
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lol. i love my picos and nanos but i want a big tank again
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i need to think about direction with our tanks. the 40g is cool and all but a big 125 or 180 would be great to have... i can see us selling some of these smaller ones off once we get a big one.

i have seen some really cool small reef only tanks made out of a 40. so maybe sweety pie would go for that one in the bedroom.
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Oh man you Saltwater people. Jesse Ive followed the whole thread lol Great tank even though I remain a FW only, I admire the SW just a bit more now
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Hey thanks for that. I hope it wasn't too boring of a read. I'm lost in the sauce most times and have to fix my mistakes as I go. This forum is probably the best I've been on for anything. Nobody flames each other for the mistakes they make. Every one has been so patent with me as I learn.
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that sounds really cool... i never knew of such a thing. ive been doing some reading up for our german blue rams, and found out that the tank is all wrong for them. i think our ph is like 7.5 ish and not enough cover. thats going to change this weekend though. hopefully. never enough money but ive got lots of time.

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that ph isnt to bad. its all according to where they came from. if they are used to the upper 7s theyll be fine. maybe wont breed but they wont die from it. and id deff give them some more cover. maybe some driftwood.
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Well I sure wouldn't mind them breeding. Don't know what I would do with them. Even at 7.5 ish. We had a pair lay eggs. I may not go planted with live plants but I like the look of the silk plants. I've got some rose quarts now. I should probably just take a picture. We had a piece of wood that looked really nice but idk what happened to it. I think we tossed it when we changed our 75 into a sw.
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