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Old 11-06-2013, 03:57 PM   #5151
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:28 PM   #5152
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Bought the 10g, coppersafe meds and some filter pad for the gobys QT. Gonna get some pvc for some hiding places
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:43 PM   #5153
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Old 11-06-2013, 06:20 PM   #5154
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Took care of my freshwater tanks at home. Catching some dinner down at the beach now

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Old 11-06-2013, 06:23 PM   #5155
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Took care of my freshwater tanks at home. Catching some dinner down at the beach now
Where do you live? Must be somthing like the carribean or hawaii to catch somthin like that!
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Also looks like some sort of damsel.
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Old 11-06-2013, 06:26 PM   #5157
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Where do you live? Must be somthing like the carribean or hawaii to catch somthin like that!
I live in Hawai'i, you got it! Pretty good fishing spot too, lots of reef fish. Good eating too. I can't do it tho. I can only eat them. It's kinda painful to watch them get tossed out of the water. And I don't have SW tanks.

& Yes it is a type of damsel. In hawaiian we call it Mamo
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I live in Hawai'i, you got it! Pretty good fishing spot too, lots of reef fish. Good eating too. I can't do it tho. I can only eat them. It's kinda painful to watch them get tossed out of the water. And I don't have SW tanks.

& Yes it is a type of damsel. In hawaiian we call it Mamo
You should try salt, not actually that hard once youve got what you need! All you really got to buy is an RODI system (depending on if you have chloramines in your water it wont be cheap but unfortuanitly i do) some live or dry rock, instant ocean salt or whatever you choose to get, live sand, a filter, powerheads, a heater, some test kits (hydrometer, and your average ammonia, nitrie,high range ph, nitrate) and unless you wanna do a reef than some normal tank lights. Now this is when your staying nano but when you get to 40s and above it gets harder. If youve got the time than its pretty simple.
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Old 11-06-2013, 06:41 PM   #5159
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You should try salt, not actually that hard once youve got what you need! All you really got to buy is an RODI system (depending on if you have chloramines in your water it wont be cheap but unfortuanitly i do) some live or dry rock, instant ocean salt or whatever you choose to get, live sand, a filter, powerheads, a heater, some test kits (hydrometer, and your average ammonia, nitrie,high range ph, nitrate) and unless you wanna do a reef than some normal tank lights. Now this is when your staying nano but when you get to 40s and above it gets harder. If youve got the time than its pretty simple.
Seems legit. I have been pretty busy lately helping out on my grandparents coffee farm. But I do work at my lfs once a week. The owner specializes in SW tanks. I was thinking of turning one of my 10g tanks into BW, And raising some "Opai Ula". Or maybe get a dwarf puffer. I love puffers. Thanks for the info!
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Seems legit. I have been pretty busy lately helping out on my grandparents coffee farm. But I do work at my lfs once a week. The owner specializes in SW tanks. I was thinking of turning one of my 10g tanks into BW, And raising some "Opai Ula". Or maybe get a dwarf puffer. I love puffers. Thanks for the info!
Dont know what "opai ula" is lol, but no problem in the info, everyones always trying to scare people away from SW... But how do you think the people with giant 100+ reef tanks started off? I guarentee with a FW lol
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