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Old 03-02-2014, 12:43 AM   #51
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They have an intank fuge basket too, then you can run both. Youll need a small light for the fuge though, but they sell one on the intank website for like $12 I think.

Stocking....hmmm...what do YOU like? I like the odd unusual fish as well. I have a citron goby which is kinda different. Liveaquaria has a literal ton of fish to choose from, check the site out if you havent already. Even if you arent buying from them, they are a super great resource for looking at fish and seeing what their requirements are.
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Old 03-02-2014, 12:56 AM   #52
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I may look into the fuge.. Some of the fish I've put on the choices list are a clown goby, Hectors goby, and the rest are on a list on my computer at home, and after being at work for 15hrs today I can't seem to remember the rest haha

Liveaquaria is my go to place haha, they just have so much its hard to pick from
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I know, its like i want everything when I go to that site .lol

Those fish you mentioned are all good choices.
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The more I look on there the further away I get from actual options haha

I really want a clown goby, everyone says their personality is great, I'm leaning towards the citron most the Hector goby I think is just too cool haha. For the life of me I can't think of what else I picked out lol

I haven't found a "free swimming" fish yet though, and I don't want clowns as I have a pair of percs in my 20.

May just do a citon, Hectors, and one other, keep the bioload small, makes everything easier haha
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And the rocks have cylced!!


Just got everything in the tank, this is my first attempt at the aquascape. I like the idea of a 'U', getting taller in the back and leaving lots of sandbed open. Tell me what you think, I'm always open to criticism


Have a new heater on the way, I was given an aqueon pro with the tank, well I had it set on 70 to see where it was truly calibrated at.. Tank went to 94!!!!!!!!! :0
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Nice I like the cove gives plenty of room on the sandbed
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Thanks, its the style I've pictured since I got the tank
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I like the rockscape too. I tend to favor the half circle structure too. Just make sure you have room to put a mag float between the rocks and the glass.
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Thanks! And I plan on getting one of the vertex mags, probably the duplex. They're so thin, pretty strong, and don't look half bad for an algae magnet
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Well I tested the tank last night, since the rocks have been in there a bit, Ammo and Trites both tested zero, so I'm ready to add something to the tank once my new heater gets here(scheduled delivery is today!!). Gonna call my LFS and see if they have a clown goby (yellow or citron), that should be a good first fish for the tank. May move a coral over as well, probably a ricordea..
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