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Old 07-27-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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BioCube 14 all set up and ready for fish!

I finally got my BioCube all set up and ready to add fish. pH level is good and amonia/nitrites are at 0. I attached some pics of my set up. Hopefully you guys like it. I will be adding one or two clowns this weekend hopefully!
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Old 07-27-2011, 05:13 PM   #2
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Awesome awesome congrats
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Nice shaped rock
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1 orange zoo polyp colony, 2 toad stool (small), 1 umbrella leather (large), 2 pulsing xenia, 1 star polyp colony, 7 blue mushrooms, snails, pep. shrimp, 3 blue legged hermits, 2 onyx percula clowns
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Cool tank! Good luck with your fish
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Looks like you found some awesome live rock!I think a couple of clown fish will do great and good luck:~)
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