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Old 05-24-2012, 09:33 AM   #11
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Crushed coral or a buffer
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ok what is a nano fish and where can i get one if thats what i need
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sand and crushed coral mix
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Old 05-24-2012, 09:39 AM   #14
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ok what is a nano fish and where can i get one if thats what i need
Nano Fish

There is a good place to start and you have 2 GSPs in there? As in Green Spot Puffers? If so they will quickly out grow that tank and for 2 really need about a 55 gallon.

Also if your using crushed coral as a substrate I would try another test kit for your PH that just doesn't add up.
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yeah green spotted puffer . and im using a crushed coral sand mix what test equipment would u recommend
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Gsps. Get to big for a ten gallon setup you need to get rid of them then fix you water quality or problems. Nano stands for small keep in mind most saltwater fish get big and its recommended to have a 55 gallon tank. If you google nano saltwater fish it will show you a ton.
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i intend on getting a bigger tank but i have to convince my wife...
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yeah green spotted puffer . and im using a crushed coral sand mix what test equipment would u recommend
Oh ya was going to say and forgot tilll you said that
Api stripes are known to miss read and the liquid is much better of a choice make sure you buy saltwater test kit
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Good luck with that lol I don't have the big problem I have the more problem
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ok i will try to get a new kit tonight
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