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Old 09-18-2011, 10:07 PM   #591
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The mag clip holders can be used on any heater.See at DrsFosterandSmith. Just place the heater horizontal in your refg,of course below the normal water line.Get two of the clips.
Thank you sir guess I have a legitimate reason to order my last two fish now... need mag clips for my heater because its gettig cold out here
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You've got really nice looking wood.
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You've got really nice looking wood.
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Hahaha well this post is gonna be a long one...sorry ahead of time. Today was maintainence mondays!! Did a 20g pwc on the 125.. the grates were at about 10 beforehand...dang good for going roughly 10 days I believe. Also picked up a 250w aqueon pro heater for a steal at petsmart, so i rehomed both heaters to the overflows, one each respectively. Also cleaned the filter floss in the emperor penguin.Did a 3-4g pwc on my sons 10g guppy tank(along with filter wash) and a 5g pwc on our 20l in the bedroom. Took he lady and son to wet pets to try and cheer him up a bit (he's sick ) ended up leaving with a longnose butterfly I believe... im gonna upload a few pics in a bit, if im wron on the name please correct me...also did see the worker feed him mysis shrimp and wow he tore it up lol I think that's it for now
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i like the long nose. they are cool. just too big for our tank.
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Thank you not looking so good right this moment. The powder brown tang wont leave him alone and the new fish is dead set on seeing how close he can get to the lionfish before the lion moves.... its gonna be a long night
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