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Old 02-25-2004, 04:22 PM   #11
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Thanks!

Oh...dont forget to feed the "breeding fuge" if you do decide to go that route!
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Old 02-25-2004, 04:32 PM   #12
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I agree...thats the best way to do it, but I know I dont have the room for a fuge under my tank and I am definately not putting it next to it since it will be going in the formal living room. Next best thing....Breeding fuge!

Not too mention, it will give me a place to put that excess LR never thought I would say that.
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I can't match that price. I'd have to charge $100 plus shipping. Looks like a good kit.

One error though - the individual has Copepods = Mysid Shrimp. That's wrong. Still a really good buy.
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I have already emailed my wife to let her know that I want to get a kit from him!

Thanks again for the link
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Old 02-25-2004, 08:19 PM   #15
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Well I got my answer. He'll deliver in person for $20 in the Philly metro area or I can meet him and pick up a kit and avoid the shipping charge. Thanks to Squishy's suggestion I think I'll set up my QT tank as a fuge for now, till my new sump/fuge arrives. I can seed it with some sand from my display tank and then add this kit.
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I might be able get there this weekend. I'm thinking of putting some sand and a few small pieces of LR (pod pile) in the QT tank and it a breeder for now.

I use an Eclipse 12 for my QT so my only problem is the 13w lighting. I think the macro algea may need more.? Anyone know if I can supplement with an incandescent or grow light aimed from the side?
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Hi everyone,

I finally joined Aquarium Advice and I want to thank everyone for being so nice -- especially when I got the flu. I hope everyone is happy with their kits.

I particularly wanted to thank Mrbill and cmor1701d for bringing me to this website. This is a great site and I will learn much, as we all do from shared experience. I look forward to hearing about yours. As for me, hit me with your "difficult to feed" fish questions. That's what I do best. Although it really just comes down to having the right critters. I can also offer advice on refugiums and anything Philadelphia!
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