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Old 02-12-2004, 11:05 PM   #1
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gettin ready for the fug

Ok, I think that i have a pretty good idea of my set up for the fug and ill be getting my needed items this week!! 8) Now my question is, "what should I start off with in the fug" I've planned on putting a few nice pieces of lr and a dsp of the finest live sand that I can find but after that is where its getting a little foggy!! Should I immediately add snails or wait and let the fug "marinate" 8) Also what, besides caleurpra, can give good effects to the tank without the crash factor?? Thanks guys!
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I wouldn't add any snails until they are needed, hate to see them starve

As for algaes...Chaetomorph (Spaghettie algae) is great and I have used halimeda with good success. Gracilliaris is also a good choice.
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thanks for the help!! Is there any sites online that I can purchase either from or does it grow naturally? thanks for any help
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More than likely you'll have to purchase, check the online vendors and maybe post a WTB in the barter/trade forums.
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thanks again for the help!! you guys rock!
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