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Old 03-02-2005, 04:32 PM   #11
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The corals (especially things like frogspawn and Xenia) add such a dramatic effect to the tank. We weren't sure we'd want corals and now we look at the fish *far* less than we look at the corals! (I have progress pics in my gallery of my tank since we started it 4 months ago). Think twice before committing! Especially in a 10g tank where you'll be able to carry precious few fish but you'll be able to light it up well enough to grow great corals fairly easily!

*Edit* Oops. I confused you with the guy who was getting the 10G tank! Sorry! Even in my 120 I feel like I can carry precious few fish though
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