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Old 04-18-2013, 01:28 PM   #1
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hello all! I am new to this forum and I am looking to share some of my knowledge slash expirience. I am no where near as seasoned as some of the people on here, but I have been keeping freshwater fish my whole life. I currently only have a 29 gallon planted tank with an assortment of community fish. I also currently work at a small privately owned aquarium store. now, although I would say I know a fair amount about freshwater aquaria, I know next to nothing about saltwater. I was hired as a freshwater specialist, so there isn't really any need for me to lean about saltwater in terms of my job, but I am going off to college next year and I think I would like to take a ten gallon saltwater aquarium with me. unfortunately, a ten gallon is as large as I can bring... what can I stock it with? what would be the ideal set up? in saltwater do I still worry about ph and such, or is salinity the main concern?
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