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Old 01-28-2012, 11:08 PM   #11
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I have one more question I have two sets of powerheads jbj 500's and hydor 875's witch ones would you recommend
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I have one more question I have two sets of powerheads jbj 500's and hydor 875's witch ones would you recommend
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Cool I'll switch them out then
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Old 01-28-2012, 11:23 PM   #14
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There are many more options than just gobies and dartfish. Small wrasse, cardinals, blennys, dwarf angels for a FOLWR...
I know I'm just saying what I would do but he did say this is a future reef tank also.. I just like that you can get almost any look with the 2 I stated although wrasse do come in quite the variety too
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If you get a wrasse of any kind and the dart fish make sure you have some kind of cover for the top they will jump. Lost my Lubbuck and cleaner wrasse to carpet surfing as they say.
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I know I'm just saying what I would do but he did say this is a future reef tank also.. I just like that you can get almost any look with the 2 I stated although wrasse do come in quite the variety too
Oh i gottcha, you would do darts and gobys PERSONALY. :P
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If you get a wrasse of any kind and the dart fish make sure you have some kind of cover for the top they will jump. Lost my Lubbuck and cleaner wrasse to carpet surfing as they say.
I'll keep that in mind I only have the glass top on the front of the tank
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don't use glass top not sure but check the DiY section for making a screen cover/top for the tank.
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don't use glass top not sure but check the DiY section for making a screen cover/top for the tank.
The glass top is only temporary until I build my canopy because my moonlight sits on top of it
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don't use glass top not sure but check the DiY section for making a screen cover/top for the tank.
Whats so bad about glass tops..?
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