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Old 03-18-2004, 06:23 PM   #1
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Just got it today and just finished hooking it all up and setting it back up about 7 minutes ago
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Old 03-18-2004, 08:57 PM   #2
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Congratulations! Give us descriptions of what you have in there-
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Old 03-18-2004, 09:11 PM   #3
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Sorry!

Snails [ I don't know what they are ]

Red Reef Hermits
Elecric Blue Hermit
Arrow Crab
Condy " Florida Pink Tip" Anenome.
Featherduster


The feather duster has made his home in a hole in the largest chunk of rock, And the Electric blue has made about 5,000 laps around the tank since I set it up 5 or so hours ago.

Active little bugger, him and his other brethren.
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Old 03-18-2004, 09:17 PM   #4
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That blue hermit is extremely photogenic - love the color!

Someday I will cross over to SW, it is inevitable. I am sure the SW crowd here is as helpful as the FW!
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Its great!

I havn't had the tank even 6 hours and I've spent 3 hours just sitting and staring at it, watching the hermits climb and wander, and more importantly, watching the anenome sway in the water.

The only annoyance is that its back to the bucket brigade as far as water changes go. But thats an acceptable sacrifice
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You've got some nice critters already!

Couldn't you use a python to take water out of the SW tank? But I would buy a second python -- don't use the same one for fresh and salt water tanks.
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Wheee! You give me hope William; one of these days I'm gonna get me one of them SW tanks too *grin*
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Even if you don't get fish in it, the inverts alone are hillarious to watch
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Oh!

Just found a Bumblebee Snail, Every time I look in the tank I see something new
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Thats EXACTLY why I want a SW tank. Not because of the fish, but I want every day to be like Xmas *grin* finding something new when I look into the tank would be SO cool!
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