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Old 04-27-2009, 09:47 AM   #11
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Clean up crew, your snails, urchins, hermits and such.
I like nassarius snails (they stir the sand), nerite and margarita snails, a conch (fighting). I'm not a huge fan of a lot of hermits.

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cuc is your clean up crew. Chances are you'll get hooked on the salt water. You probably won't mind the maint cause is fun to tinker with the tank and try different things. I love working with my salt water tank. I found the fresh water a little boring and not near as interesting. The salt water is more work to get going but it gets better over time. The hardest part I'm having is how slow you have to take it. You can't just set it up and start adding things like you can with fresh water.

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