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Old 03-06-2013, 11:47 AM   #2441
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It's been a sad few days in my fish room. I made the decision to get rid of all but 2 of my aquariums. I got 9 sold!(I couldn't even bring myself to consider getting rid of my saltwater tanks. Not happening. Lol.) Hopefully I have a really awesome tank to show for it in the future though.
get rid of the two saltwater and buy a 500gal
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Old 03-06-2013, 12:13 PM   #2442
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get rid of the two saltwater and buy a 500gal
Lol. I wish! I live in an apartment and I think my 55 is already pushing it. one of these days when I have a house I want a 150g+ fowlr with triggers, angels, tangs, etc.
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I went yesterday and seen a guys 125 gallon reef... That's what I want now
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I went yesterday and seen a guys 125 gallon reef... That's what I want now
Had to pick up a test kit and the only place that had it is an awesome SW only reef store and every time I go in there I want a SW, guess what is in the back of my mind today??? lol - know what you mean!!!
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:55 PM   #2445
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I went yesterday and seen a guys 125 gallon reef... That's what I want now
Lol. You have way more coral than me. I have to wait for my 55 to fill out before I think about that! One of these days though.
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Yeah. most of mine are small frags at the moment though. I'm about done buying coral until they start filling out lol
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I did a pwc on my 10 g nano reef. Also cleaned the smaller hob filter. It didnt seem to be working right. It's better now! Fed mysis to Blue and MicroVert for the coral. Now I'm trying to figure out a good spot for my next coral- pulsing Xenia.
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Yeah. most of mine are small frags at the moment though. I'm about done buying coral until they start filling out lol
Lol. Good call I'm excited that my pumping Xenias split a new head! I don't have much variety. I'll get there.
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I found a local reef club and that has opened up a variety of places to get coral a lot cheaper
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I found a local reef club and that has opened up a variety of places to get coral a lot cheaper
That's awesome. I'm trying to find people in my community that keep sw. I'm hoping that'll make it easier. We have a reef club here but I don't think they're very active, with us being out in the middle of the desert and all. Lol.
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