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Old 11-22-2011, 12:43 AM   #11
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These are the pictures he sent me. No fish though. Light looks big. Idk much about lights though, any input?
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These are the pictures he sent me. No fish though. Light looks big. Idk much about lights though, any input?
My god that light is huge!! Couldnt he have found somthing to fit the tank at least?!? Hahah i dont know what it would be, but it doesnt look to bad. Thats a nice piece of coral that you got though
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My god that light is huge!! Couldnt he have found somthing to fit the tank at least?!? Hahah i dont know what it would be, but it doesnt look to bad. Thats a nice piece of coral that you got though
Hopefully is does good, I want cool corals. And what is it? I don't know many corals yet
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Hopefully is does good, I want cool corals. And what is it? I don't know many corals yet
Well the live rock is a very nice shape, and on the left side there seems to be a neon tipped torch coral? Others correct my observation if its wrong
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Well the live rock is a very nice shape, and on the left side there seems to be a neon tipped torch coral? Others correct my observation if its wrong
I'll look that up, thanks
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Man I'm gonna be busy. I'm looking into an ro/di unit, anybody know a cheap one? Also really want a refugium. How can I do this in a nano 24?
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Also, should I just use shrimp to cycle it? If its not already mostly cycled
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Being 24 gallon is it one of the jbj cubes?
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Old 11-22-2011, 08:48 AM   #19
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Sorry just saw the pic. It does look like a jbj and with out the exacts on the light I would say u can do softies for sure. Until u get q rodi u could just get the water from a grocery store its what I do for .29 a gallon. U can do a fuge with just the back of ur cube. Check out mediabaskets.com
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Here is a cheap and decent ro/di unit. I use it and so do many others on this site.

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