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Old 01-03-2011, 02:21 PM   #11
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if you might use it for frags id might as well spend the money now to set it up so you can keep frags or pests you may find in your DT, and who knows maybe one day you'll find a nice fish you cant live without, and you have no room and a tank unsuitable for a fish

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Thanks for the advice. I am using a HOB for movement and the tank has a heater. I originally started this bc someone gave me much more chaeto than I needed. (I have a HOB filled with chaeto on my other tank). I had some dry rock I wasn't using so that's how that ended up in the tank. I am planning to get a little livestock into it too.

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Yeah apparently thats my thing... for now, if you have questions look at my older posts/ started threads... usually found in the FOWLR forum... or ask me and I'll see if I've asked already then send you the link, but I've pretty much figured/found out all there is to keeping a HOWLR <<< I'm going to Copyright that lol, but keeping one of this type is really pretty simple especially since there are no fish, Water Lvls are not such an urgent thing and hermits are very forgiving and hardy, though maintaining STABILITY is what I aim for, as well as the appropriate Lvls. I guess what I am trying to say is that I have time when something goes wrong to find out what I need and Nothing dies on me, except snails and starfish, if you have those. Good luck to you and your tank!

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