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Old 10-16-2010, 01:48 AM   #31
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GREAT!!!! you just have to look around. good sites
aquacave
marinedepot
aquariumspecialty
bulkreefsupply - This one is just down the road from me
reefspecialty
saltysupply - this guy is VERY fair
these are the ones I use. BRS is good for RO/DI stuff and reactors and media.
Check out NP Biopellets on aquariumspecialty

This would be MUCH easier if there was a chat option
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Old 10-16-2010, 01:49 AM   #32
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Old 10-16-2010, 02:02 AM   #33
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cool will do I'll add you as a "buddy" so I will know when you are here.

I am getting VERY excited about lights. I am currently trying to make a deal on a 120 led system for my 120. it is DIY looks like it will come in under 1000
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going to dl yim now.
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Old 10-16-2010, 02:19 AM   #34
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awesome.. just make sure when you install it that you uncheck all the garage that comes with it. Wish they had a light version that didnt have all the junk with it.
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Old 10-17-2010, 06:46 PM   #37
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Livestock time! Please look over what I want and tell me if its ok or not.

Yellow eye kole tang - Last fish.
pair of clowns -2nd addition
brain coral
clam - up to the top of the tank
green people eaters - coral
Anemone - for clowns if they host it. lol - what sort of anemone should I get?
Blue Daisy coral
Goby - which kinda? - First fish
Pistol shrimp
Hermit crab
Host of snails from reefcleaners once the tank is established with above or when algae starts to be present so they have food.


Also Im thinking of making a in tank fuge. Making a small box in the corner, put some LR rubble and macro algae in it... have a grid of holes in it and a powerhead to circulate water thru it.
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Old 10-22-2010, 11:22 AM   #39
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Agood Nem to start with is a BTA. But they need an established tank.
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I would not introduce an anemone into the tank until it has been up and running for 8+ months. They require strong lighting, excellent flow and near pristine water conditions.

I didn't read through your whole thread...if you haven't looked at the article section of the site do so, great information there about cycling the tank and stocking it. After the cycle I would start with the clowns not the goby.

In tank fuge, interesting idea I've always had mine as a stand alone, either in line with the drain line of the overflow or a gravity return to the display.
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