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Old 06-17-2014, 08:59 AM   #1
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Hello From the Florida Keys

Hello to all, I am very excited to join this group. I have a 55 gallon tank that has been set up for about one year. It has four Silver Dollars, 3 Angel Fish, one Clown Loch, a Pleco, and two Hatchet Fish. I would love to convert it over to a live planted tank. I do realize the challenge ahead and look forward to all the help I can get. Good to be here Lynn
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Hi Lynn, welcome to the forum

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Welcome! I'm from florida as well. A lil more north than you but I'm a true conch, born in key west! I thought you might be interested in the nano reef I'm currently in the process of cycling. I plan of it being based off of corals and fish found In the florida barrier reef, the influence to do a nano "key" reef is the live queen conch I got my hands on. I've yet to do an introductory post on it, I just wanted to share it with someone who would be as psyched as I am!
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This sounds awesome. I would love to see the tank and the process you are in and doing.
Thanks for including me. I am excited.
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