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Old 02-10-2005, 01:06 AM   #11
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Oh man....i have Ponphei(sp?) and Tonga? I believe, im not sure where from...haha, i bought them at a Jacks Aquarium and Pets...ha
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Old 02-10-2005, 01:34 AM   #12
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Nice rock, I'm sure in time you will start seeing some pretty cool stuff.
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Yeah..with good water you'll see all kinds of stuff grow over time.
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Since youre new to the hobby matman I would suggest going to Byerly's in Grandview. They give great advice and the SW fish seem to be cheaper and in better condition than either Jacks or Aquarium Adventure. I wouldnt trust half the people at Aquarium Adventure, but the Byerly guys are great, very well informed and no BS.
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NEVER USE FISH FOR CYCLING, live rock is used for that. Even though clownfish are the easiest of fish to keep ( in the damsel family ) you should wait at least 2 weeks b4 buying any fish and constantly check ph. Just trying to help.
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