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Old 08-21-2006, 03:56 PM   #1
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new piks of my tank..

Almost been about 3 months... any suggestions on what to do to my tank ( what to change what to add? ) maybe you guys can tell me about some cool things that i dont no about!!


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Old 08-21-2006, 04:10 PM   #2
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Plan on fish only or reef? If reef, look like you need more rock. What size tank is it? I'd try to get some swim thru holes.

Also, might wanna push the rock down to the glass bottom vs. on the sand. If you ever did burrowing critters, they'd likely topple the rock.
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Its beautiful!! Great job!!
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Old 08-21-2006, 04:54 PM   #4
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What fish do you have in there now? It looks like a yellow tail damsel, 3 striped damsel, 2 clowns. What is the other blue one and yellow one?
Austinsdad had a couple of good questions.
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Get a tang, either yellow or hippo
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Old 08-25-2006, 09:04 PM   #6
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if you got a 30g tank you have a bio-overload load right now and have to have good filtration.

you got alot of fish in that tank. especially having a yellow tank in their also.

every 1 inch of fish per 5 gallon.
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That would not be a very good idea.
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I agree with Hara, don't get a tang. That tank is WAY too small for a tang. Your bioload is pretty hefty right now. The tank looks good. Just give it a while to catch up to the bioload.
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That would not be a very good idea.
My mistake, i didn't realize he had a 30 gal.
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That would not be a very good idea.
I'll agree....and I'll offer this thought nugget...I thinks thats a tang in the rocks..... (Anyone disagree?).Click the photo and it gets a bit larger.

mannyfern09 will have to say for sure of coarse,just laying a solid guess out there...If so,I hope its a short term kinda thing.
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