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Old 06-30-2005, 03:21 AM   #11
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Question for the experts: QT is a good investment, but what should be in it, I mean the whole setup? I have a 15-gal tank that was to be my QT tank, but it's simply turned into a second aquarium for me. The only thing I haven't added is inverts and a protein skimmer, but if I have sick fish, I'll have to treat the fish in this tank also. May set up a new QT tank if advised.

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