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Old 02-11-2012, 08:41 AM   #501
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You can get the jbj one for like $80 if you look. Normally its like $100. And you'll need a small pump to hook up to the reservoir that feeds the sump. I use a mini jet 606 for one tank and an aqualifter pump for the other.
Oh, really? Thats great, I thought the were around $200.00, thanks!
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Old 02-11-2012, 09:16 AM   #502
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Ok everyone!

I am off to catch my Blue Hippo Tang and Clownfish to begin acclimation. Wish me good luck!
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Great news!

I have caught them both and they are currently acclimating in an old instant ocean salt bucket. The most stressful part is done, yay!

I really hope that my Tang's growth isn't stunted from being in a 55g too long.

Pictures are on the way!

Thanks for following!
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Great news!

I have caught them both and they are currently acclimating in an old instant ocean salt bucket. The most stressful part is done, yay!

I really hope that my Tang's growth isn't stunted from being in a 55g too long.

Pictures are on the way!

Thanks for following!
Hey hey now. There is nothing wrong with short people or short fish lol. Jk.

Congrats
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:49 AM   #505
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Thanks, I am still acclimating, but I am thinking that I am nearing the end, what do you think?
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I think that i am very jealous of your tank, and its going to look awesome once finished!! Haha
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:52 AM   #507
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I think that i am very jealous of your tank, and its going to look awesome once finished!! Haha
Thanks. I can't wait to get some living creatures in there.
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Lol. Whats the first fish and coral going to be??
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Lol. Whats the first fish and coral going to be??
Well, after I get these guys in there I will be ordering a Scopas Tang, Lawnmower Blenny, and 2 Wrasses from Liveaquaria. I will probably order them tomorrow. I have a few corals that I will be ordering too like a Toadstool and some Montiporas.
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Are you planning on getting more rock?
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