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Old 05-30-2003, 10:12 PM   #11
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Thanks ... I didn't realize I was writing in the wrong space. I should have known, I have used html stuff before

Books are ...

Setting up a Salt Water Aquarium
by: Gregory Skomal

The Simple Guide to Marine Aquariums
by: Jeffery Kurtz

I've also checked out a few websites on Marine Aquariums and they have decent info but not much I could fine on specifics like which fish to keep together, how many, invertibrate care, stuff like that. If you know of any really good ones I could bookmark let me know!
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You might want to check out our links section. There might be some websites there.

Also liveaquaria.com albeit a retail store has very good info abotu particular fish and some general compatabilies.
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Jen, I am presently cycling my second aquarium. I have been checking water parameters every other day during the cycle and keeping a log. I plan on doing it biweekly following the cycle. It is a great way to learn from mistakes, and to know where your tank is at.
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