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Old 02-27-2013, 02:00 AM   #41
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what are zoa's? sorry new to this
It's a type of coral poisonous apparently
The pic I just posted is an example of one
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oh, thats interesting... thanks
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Old 02-27-2013, 02:03 AM   #43
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oh, thats interesting... thanks
No prob
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Old 02-27-2013, 06:13 AM   #44
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There are a few fish. The tang will probably be traded in. It is mainly like 4-5 small fish and lots of cleanup crew. My water stays pristine. Nitrate isn't high or anything. Test it frequently. Fish eat good and all.
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Old 02-27-2013, 06:33 AM   #45
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I'm experiencing the same thing, I have a 55 gallon reef aquarium. I'm a beginner and I've found out its costly and all the fish I want can't go in my aquarium!!! I plan to upgrade my aquarium, but I'm gonna go big so I can be done with the wishful thinking. In the mean time I'm taking it slow to gain more experience with my aquarium and build good husbandry habits!
Yea I think I am gonna keep my 40 breeder and slowly work on a big tank and trade my yellow tang in now until I get a big tank done then I can always buy another one. I will just have small fish in there then and those arnt much. The 40 breeder is a nice tank to have so I am gonna make good use of it lol.
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Old 02-28-2013, 04:45 PM   #46
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Good call! I found i need to keep my water level a bit lower as the rim i have on my 40 breeder is loose and creeping salt and slow leaks between the rim and the lip of the tank
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Yea I keep mine just below the rim. I have more live rock ordered and my other 2 fish o finish off the tank until i decide to go coral here soon.
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What kind of fish?
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I will have a white tale Pygmy angel and a dwarf lion fish. All together it will have 2 false percula clowns, 1 fuzzy dwarf lion, 1 white tail Pygmy angel, and one red stripe high fin goby and clean up crew. Plus I have a aqua c skimmer, I have my reef octopus hong on back refugium on its way and a big filter so should be good. My water already stays really good without the skimmer and stuff now. And I have 25 lbs more of live rock(ultra Fiji) on its way.
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:31 AM   #50
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A dwarf lionfish? How big? Id say goodbye to all your clean up crew. Hes gonna eat all your snails and shrimps and inverts once hes big enough. I would not put a dwarf lion there man 40 breeder is still a bit to small in my opinion.
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