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Old 09-08-2011, 12:47 AM   #791
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i think ours is kinda cool. seeing laying out on the rock and then when it was done with that starfishing itself to the sand and sinking down.

i got yelled at again for messing with the rocks. not a drastic change but looks just a little bit better. if i could glue it together and remove the bolder im using as a support it would look really cool.

payday cant get here soon enough. im hopping to talk sweety pie into a couple more 40g breeders while petco is having the sale. ive seen some pictures of people using them as reef tanks and just fowlrs, i really like the looks of them. plus it would be a good place to put the snowflake until we get a 6 footer to put it and a lion in.
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Old 09-08-2011, 05:23 AM   #792
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payday cant get here soon enough. im hopping to talk sweety pie into a couple more 40g breeders while petco is having the sale. ive seen some pictures of people using them as reef tanks and just fowlrs, i really like the looks of them. plus it would be a good place to put the snowflake until we get a 6 footer to put it and a lion in.
Lucky man! It took me half a year of taking my man into expanding from a 30g to a 120g... There won't be any other tanks for me :,( and he also hates cats :,,,,,,,,,(((((((
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Old 09-08-2011, 07:29 AM   #793
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time will tell if the 120 is your last. also, cats cannot be trusted.

why am i up so early? back to bed for me.
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:37 AM   #794
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Early? I'm at work by 5am everyday...lol...
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:38 AM   #795
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A 40 breeder will be fine for your eel. A good rule of thumb is cra if you see a fish or invert you like don't buy it but come home and research it. Wait two days if it fits then buy it. Its a hard thing to do.
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:41 AM   #796
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Kio did you see my flame hawk pic I posted?
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Kio did you see my flame hawk pic I posted?

No, where did you post it?
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:42 AM   #798
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it is a hard thing to do. and a leason learned. i hope.

its early because im on vacation. i should be getting up at the crack of noon. i dont even get up that early when its part of my normal work week. up by 615-630 ish, loaf around until i run the risk of being late. clock in at 7
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As a reply to yours under the salter potm thread I couldn't believe how similair they were. Of course my tank is dirtier...
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do you have a link? we where thinking a red hawk fish. ha is that safe to add to a mixed reef?
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