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Old 03-01-2010, 10:16 AM   #231
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Looks pretty nice
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Old 03-01-2010, 10:59 AM   #232
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Looks pretty nice
Thanks, even tho I think it looks horrible.
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Old 03-03-2010, 01:26 PM   #233
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Thanks, even tho I think it looks horrible.
It does look nice. In this case, less is more! And none of us are ever fully satisfied with our own tanks! lol
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Old 03-03-2010, 03:43 PM   #234
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Actually, I am completely satisfied with my tank! Pic attached.

That being said, I will be tearing it apart and upgrading in a month Only because I renovated the space and wanted a peninsula tank.

however, i would have been happy to have the tank i have for years.
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Old 03-03-2010, 04:00 PM   #235
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That being said, I will be tearing it apart and upgrading in a month Only because I renovated the space and wanted a peninsula tank.
So you are satisfied with the inside of the tank, but not the outside. So obviously you are not FULLY satisfied
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Old 03-03-2010, 04:11 PM   #236
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Here's my 10g nano. I've just added my CUC, as it recently finished cycling. Next come the dwarf seahorses! : )
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Im sorry, but i dont think this dact is right. I think that would make it rather cramped for a colony.
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Im sorry, but i dont think this dact is right. I think that would make it rather cramped for a colony.
What is dact? If it helps, I removed all the rock except the tiny on on the left for the mushrooms to grow on. Other than that, there's just the sea fan, some macro algae, shells, and corals. There should be plenty of space for the horses now.
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I meant fact. I still think that a 10g is too small for such a large colony. Maybe 10 at the most but not 20. You have to remember, there is usually a large water colum to support that amount of animals. It is your disicion in the end but i think it is a little much.
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Thanks. : ) I was planning on starting with just 2, actually, a mated pair. Then I would raise the fry and sell as many as necessary to my LFS, and if they continued to reproduce from there, I'd continue to sell them. Who knows--I may end up getting a larger tank to support all the little ones.
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Thanks. : ) I was planning on starting with just 2, actually, a mated pair. Then I would raise the fry and sell as many as necessary to my LFS, and if they continued to reproduce from there, I'd continue to sell them. Who knows--I may end up getting a larger tank to support all the little ones.
That sounds better. But if you could find more things for them to cling to then that fan i might shoot for 2 pairs.
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