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Old 07-07-2011, 04:31 AM   #11
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my 15 could use a spare filter your sooo lucy i cant believe you got all that for not that much
I know!!! It was seriously a blessing. Our budget is tight and aquarium equip gets expensive fast. There were a few " little" things I needed that would add up fast! I pretty much have everything I need now!! Yay!!
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Old 07-07-2011, 04:33 AM   #12
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MTS is VERY contageous!
Haha yes it definitely is... Imma need the strength of Samson if I keep spreading it cause I'm supposed to help my nannie with her upkeep and I'll have a total of 6 myself counting the QT and gumball haha
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OMG the sale is even online
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I think Walmart is getting out of the tropical fish business.
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I checked online but no deals. I may head out to a store or two today and see what they got. Theres always some supplies I need that don't have to be high end.
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Old 07-07-2011, 12:38 PM   #16
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I checked online but no deals. I may head out to a store or two today and see what they got. Theres always some supplies I need that don't have to be high end.
on this same vein....walmart has two LED lighting systems and I know that you are a saltwater guru. I was wondering if you think the lighting would be suffiecient for a 10g nano set up and if either could support coral of any sort, or if they would be more suited for a planted tank???

Walmart.com: Aquatop LEDC-21 Clip-On 21 LED Aquarium Light, 1ct: Fish

Walmart.com: Aquatop 36RGB Clip-On 36 LED Aquarium Light With GB, 1ct: Fish
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Watch out for those large blue flat bubble stones you got....I lost the end cap on mine and now I can't use it
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Haha yes it definitely is... Imma need the strength of Samson if I keep spreading it cause I'm supposed to help my nannie with her upkeep and I'll have a total of 6 myself counting the QT and gumball haha
wow...I have MTS envy! Six tanks ...droool!

you will have lots of fun getting everything set up! Great find!

What are you housing in your 4 main tanks?
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I think Walmart is getting out of the tropical fish business.
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Stock and live fish
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your sooo lucky,i want that stuff
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