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Old 07-29-2008, 02:52 AM   #1
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Talking yo sup

im new to this forum and reefing but i have done a few months of expirence so im not a total newb and i hav expirence with fresh water.
at the moment i have 4 tnaks running. 2fw and 2sw.
1st fw is a standard 30gal with some boring fish that wont die but i still keep them alive and care for them. the other is a 20 gal long, it has a red eard slider turtle, a frog and a goldfish that was meant to be eaten but grew too big.
1st saltwater is a 28g nanocube hqi with about 35 pounds of live rock a few days into the cycle but needs more cuz it still doesnt look full. im planning on a snowflake eel, a dwarf fuzzy lionfish, and a yellowstripe maroon clown. some corals will be added.
2nd saltwater is a 3 gal deco kit 3 a few days into the cycle. probably around 3 pounds of live rock. maybe dwarf seahorses with spaghetti algea. debating what to put in but as of now im goin with the horses and if there is anything that is compatable with them and compatable with a small 3 gal.
both saltwater tanks have some glass anenome and possible bristleworms. (found some in a small piece so im starving that piece at the moment)
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Hi and Welcome to the forums! There is a lot of good advice and good people here.
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Old 07-29-2008, 09:38 AM   #3
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BTW seahorses need at least a 29 gallon tank IMO. They will not make it in a 3 gallon tank.


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Sorry as Joy pointed out I missed the word dwarf by seahorses. You might be OK with that.
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I consider bristleworms part of my clean up crew.
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yea but i just dont think that they are a very nice thing to look at. i'd rather see something eating a bristleworm than a bristle worm eating something. and if i over feed then ill siphon it out or a crab will be getting an extra treat.
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