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Old 12-18-2004, 11:10 PM   #11
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i think just about everyone learns a lesson or two the hard way...although getting advice from here cuts back on those "lessons".

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No doubt. Learning a few lessons the hard way is the reason I found this site.

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True that... I will make sure to check in here before hand.

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• 150 gallon Glass 48LX24WX30H
• 55 Gallon Sump
• 2x 48" Coralife Aqualight (520W Total)
• 3 Powerheads
• Over 130 lbs Live Rock
• Silica Sand/Crushed Coral as substrate

Fish: • Humu Picasso Triggerfish • Ocellaris Clownfish • Flame Hawkfish • Dragon Goby • Blue & Yellowtail Damsel • Blue Tang • Convict Tang • Yellow Tang

Creepies: • Many Blue / Red Hermits and Snails
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Old 12-20-2004, 01:08 PM   #14
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hmm...hooded crab....I need to remember that. I had a damsel in my tank that I was trying to catch/get rid of and it was a pain in the neck. I had to take all my liverock out to catch it. Next time I'll just buy a baracuda, put a leash on it, and let it go in my tank after the damsel.
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