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Old 02-01-2011, 07:28 PM   #1
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Hello everybody!
I've been reading the forums here for over a month and now decided to join this nice community.
I had a 40 gal FW and a 38 gal reef tank about 4 years ago when I learned the basics of this hobby. But since then I've been a passive fish lover.
Now I have a new 20 gal tank with 5 longfin zebra danios... Well, 2 are zebras and 3 are leopard. Since I'm cycling with fish I have to face water changes and water testing every day (or every other day for PWC if I'm lucky!), sometimes I test twice a day: planned tests in the morning and unplanned in the evening to make sure my little guys will keep swimming like crazy when I wake up. Oh, and if I think they act strange I test again - just in case!
I'm really looking forward to getting a few more fish when the tank cycles, and a nice SW tank when I can.
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Old 02-02-2011, 12:43 PM   #4
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Thanks for the welcomes!
Trying to attach a pic here, hope it works.
I'm going to rearrange things a little: add plants and a rock and possibly a piece of driftwood later and remove the chest.
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Welcome to AA. nice set up driftwood would really help
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