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Old 02-06-2012, 06:24 PM   #61
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As far as the eel vs engineer... I love my engineers! One is about 8 inches long and the other is about 7. They are constantly digging up my sand to make new caves and I love the way it makes the sand bed look. As you might tell- I'm not a fan of flat sand beds. Peaks and valleys look more natural.
Same here! I like wavy sand but not the cloudy part that's why I'm trying to decide...... Do they come out alot?
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Glad to hear it worked! I'm waiting for brightwell's xport no3 to come in stock so I can give it a try on a tank I've been cycling. You give me hope! Lol
It's for reactors right? I might give it a try as well as I can't imagine how hard it'd be to clean algae off of all the decor I want 0 trates and 0 phosphates.
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Same here! I like wavy sand but not the cloudy part that's why I'm trying to decide...... Do they come out alot?
My water is never cloudy at all. They come out every feeding and I see their entire body. Other times you just see the first few inches of them pop out of the rocks.
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It's for reactors right? I might give it a try as well as I can't imagine how hard it'd be to clean algae off of all the decor I want 0 trates and 0 phosphates.
Yes. It looks like a long process though. But I still wanna try it out. Here's a link on it...

http://brightwellaquatics.com/products/xport_no3t.php
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Yes. It looks like a long process though. But I still wanna try it out. Here's a link on it...

http://brightwellaquatics.com/products/xport_no3t.php
Thanks. I'll try the engineer goby or a snowflake eel. I can't find a goby that's big enough to not be terrorized by my Humu trigger.
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Also if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your livestock wholesale? I found a site where the minimum order is $500 but for 1st time buyers you get $100 free credit. But I need a business license, so I'm thinking of getting one.
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Also if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your livestock wholesale? I found a site where the minimum order is $500 but for 1st time buyers you get $100 free credit. But I need a business license, so I'm thinking of getting one.
I am in SW Florida. However, the closest wholesalers are on the Miami coast. There's no minimum order for pickup. Delivery is a different story though. If you want the company names I'll pm you them
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Also, some wholesalers require more than a business license depending on the state. You might want to call to find out the requirements and application process
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I am in SW Florida. However, the closest wholesalers are on the Miami coast. There's no minimum order for pickup. Delivery is a different story though. If you want the company names I'll pm you them
Thanks it'd be great if you could give me the names.
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Also, some wholesalers require more than a business license depending on the state. You might want to call to find out the requirements and application process
The place I've got my eye on now only requires a business license to sign up with them so Ive got about 400 from my sold 75g left over. I'm thinking I can just order all my coral for the 25g and fish for 150g there.
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