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Old 06-30-2011, 04:15 PM   #21
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It really depends on the fish. But condys can be hosted by ocellaris I believe. I'd look up which types of clowns can host a condy.

Condys are from the Atlantic actually whereas clowns are from the Pacific. Only a captive bred clown is likely to host it, though certain crabs and shrimp do very often.
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Old 06-30-2011, 04:32 PM   #22
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You didn't ever say where you ordered it. I want to be sure to avoid them.
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Old 07-01-2011, 02:09 AM   #23
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Just got home from work. Anemone is all closed up. Is this normal or problem. It's sold but the guy will pick up on Sunday. Help
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the anemone has been stressed out during the shipping give it a few days to adjust to its new home
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Old 07-01-2011, 08:37 PM   #25
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Hi everyone,
Congratulations on Canada day!!

The guy who said he will pick up sunday bailed out. Once again I am scared. So I decided to spend few hundred dollars than to kill this animal. I may still sell it if I find a better home later.

There have narrowed down to 2 choices for lights out of options I have. I can't afford to spend too much. Both fixtures below I can get for $ 165. Help me choose Plz.

1. Old at craigslist.
Total wattage is 156 (4 x 39 watts). Dimensions: 36"x 7.25" x 2.5".
Link: http://www.bigalsonline.ca/productDe...pc_cdn_wishabi

Comes with:
1 Current T5 HO 39W 10KK lamp
2 Current T5 HO 39W 460 nm Actinic lamps
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W Colormax lamp
These were used for about 6 months
Also comes with 2 brand new lamps (thrown in for free):
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W Colormax lamp
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W 6700K Daylight

2. New one at LFS.

Aqua Nova NHT5-900

• Simple setup, with optional use of 90 degree, adjustable feet to suit each unit
• Plastic splash proof cover to avoid water from splashing on globes.
• Model - NHT5-900 (4 Tube)
• Unit Length - 90cm - 3foot
• Watt - 4x39W
• Light Tube - 2 x WHITE / 2 x BLUE

Plz help me decide which is better choice. I am so confused .
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:44 PM   #26
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Hi everyone,
Congratulations on Canada day!!

The guy who said he will pick up sunday bailed out. Once again I am scared. So I decided to spend few hundred dollars than to kill this animal. I may still sell it if I find a better home later.

There have narrowed down to 2 choices for lights out of options I have. I can't afford to spend too much. Both fixtures below I can get for $ 165. Help me choose Plz.

1. Old at craigslist.
Total wattage is 156 (4 x 39 watts). Dimensions: 36"x 7.25" x 2.5".
Link: http://www.bigalsonline.ca/productDe...pc_cdn_wishabi

Comes with:
1 Current T5 HO 39W 10KK lamp
2 Current T5 HO 39W 460 nm Actinic lamps
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W Colormax lamp
These were used for about 6 months
Also comes with 2 brand new lamps (thrown in for free):
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W Colormax lamp
1 Coralife T5 HO 39W 6700K Daylight

2. New one at LFS.

Aqua Nova NHT5-900

• Simple setup, with optional use of 90 degree, adjustable feet to suit each unit
• Plastic splash proof cover to avoid water from splashing on globes.
• Model - NHT5-900 (4 Tube)
• Unit Length - 90cm - 3foot
• Watt - 4x39W
• Light Tube - 2 x WHITE / 2 x BLUE

Plz help me decide which is better choice. I am so confused .
I personally like my aquaticlife which I belive is very close to that nova... you should be fine with that. Gti leo he seems to know what he's talking about. A. ( the a was thrown in there to sound canadian. )
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I personally like my aquaticlife which I belive is very close to that nova... you should be fine with that. Gti leo he seems to know what he's talking about. A. ( the a was thrown in there to sound canadian. )
its eh , jeez dude get it right(lol)
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That's some Canadian pride eh! Lol

Any thoughts on the lights....
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Go with the nova..
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Fishneedit.com get a t5ho light fixture
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