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Old 08-22-2013, 01:14 AM   #11
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Mine is the old version as well, the top doesnt stay open by itslelf or anything, that is the only thing I dont like about it. otherwise I love it. I took it down once for like a week but missed it so much I started it up again. LOL

Great beginner tank, I don't consider myself a beginner anymore but i still love it and appreciate the all in one ness.
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Old 08-22-2013, 01:37 AM   #12
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I have 2 rose bubble tips in my 14 with two black ocellaris clownfish. The anemones are doing great! Growing fast. One is getting a little big for the tank.

The only negative I have with the 14 is keeping the glass clear of Coralline algae.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:32 AM   #13
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Thanks everyone for answering my question!! I think once I get the money I'm going to get the coralife biocube 29 ( prob around Christmas sadly) but one more question , would a Midas blenny be ok in that size of tank ?
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I think he would be fine. They dont swim around constantly they kinda perch in holes. lol At least mine did.
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I have my midas in a 29, not a bio cube, he is great. I don't know about once he is full sized but I am thinking it should be fine. Live aquaria says 30 gallons and they tend to be pretty conservative. I would just make sure there is plenty of rock work and the other I habitants are compatible.
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Old 08-22-2013, 03:06 PM   #16
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I have been using liveaquaria , and I totally agree that Most of the time it's liable but there's a couple of things I have seen on there that makes me think twice about them being reliable, like a fire eel in a 50 gallon tank ... But one last question , I know to get rid of the bio balls and put a media basket in place but what should I put in the media basket ? And any opinions on protein skimmers for this size of tank ? ( I know water changes are the best way but I'm looking to make things easy and take good care of everything's )
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