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Old 03-20-2012, 05:20 PM   #961
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Omg. I just Found out that a seahorse breeder an hour away from me has started a project to start breeding leafy and weedy sea dragons. When this happens and they start to sell- I am converting my tank!!! I would die to have one of each!!!
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:25 PM   #962
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Omg. I just Found out that a seahorse breeder an hour away from me has started a project to start breeding leafy and weedy sea dragons. When this happens and they start to sell- I am converting my tank!!! I would die to have one of each!!!
AWESOME! You'll have to ship me one when I get a 220g lol My 150g seems small already.
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:36 PM   #963
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My wife has wanted some since we saw them at Sea-world 5 years ago.
I agree that would be a nice set-up. I wonder if you could tie the Seahorse tank to a reef set-up ( water column ) , and use it almost like a refugium? Reverse the light cycle, like you would a refuge to help with PH shift, so the tank would be lit at night.
Would look pretty good to see a reef under blue moons, with a Leafy Dragon planted tank at night!
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My wife has wanted some since we saw them at Sea-world 5 years ago.
I agree that would be a nice set-up. I wonder if you could tie the Seahorse tank to a reef set-up ( water column ) , and use it almost like a refugium? Reverse the light cycle, like you would a refuge to help with PH shift, so the tank would be lit at night.
Would look pretty good to see a reef under blue moons, with a Leafy Dragon planted tank at night!
That would be like a 265 g Refugium for my reef tank! Weedys get to be 18" and leafys at 15"! Now that I know it's possible- I have to start finding low flow corals that don't sting to add some flare to a planted tank!!! Lol
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Yeah, that's true , Dragons get huge, would have to be a large tank, but I don't think Nitrates would ever be a problem! Good luck
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Yeah, that's true , Dragons get huge, would have to be a large tank, but I don't think Nitrates would ever be a problem! Good luck
Lol. Thanks. The next fees years are going to drag on forever now!
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Lol. Thanks. The next fees years are going to drag on forever now!
Your setting up a store right? You can get that to be one of your show tanks!
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Your setting up a store right? You can get that to be one of your show tanks!
That's my idea. And then I'd be the only store in SW Florida to have it!!!
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Where in SW Florida? I'm in Northport.
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Where in SW Florida? I'm in Northport.
I'm in Naples! You are about 90 minutes from me
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