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Old 10-17-2012, 02:24 AM   #21
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Old 10-17-2012, 02:27 AM   #22
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That does seem bigger than a 55!! Looking good so far!! My only concern is this : is that a window directly behind it? If its a window that gets direct sunlight, ya might want put a curtain or something on that so ya don't have an algae problem. If it doesn't get direct sunlight, then not a problem!! Keep us updated on your progress!!
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its on a dresser and its a mirror but i have yet to put a background on cant decide black or blue and trust me i know it is not ideal for the dresser the suction cup was older but i thought nothing of it woke up to 40 gallons of water in my dresser all of my wifes clothes down to my downstairs tenants oops lol i fixed that problem needless to say i sleep on the couch for a couple nights lol
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its on a dresser and its a mirror but i have yet to put a background on cant decide black or blue and trust me i know it is not ideal for the dresser the suction cup was older but i thought nothing of it woke up to 40 gallons of water in my dresser all of my wifes clothes down to my downstairs tenants oops lol i fixed that problem needless to say i sleep on the couch for a couple nights lol
Ooh, okay then!!! Was just worried that it was a window and you'd have algae problems, but it's a mirror, so no problems!! Hey, we put tanks on whatever we can fit them on, right? Lol. I have my 30g on my daughters desk,; not ideal either, but it's been there over 4 years without problems.
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<---- 20g on my 72 in wooden dresser. Was perfectly fine (other than moderate bowing)
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Old 10-17-2012, 12:20 PM   #26
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Ooh, okay then!!! Was just worried that it was a window and you'd have algae problems, but it's a mirror, so no problems!! Hey, we put tanks on whatever we can fit them on, right? Lol. I have my 30g on my daughters desk,; not ideal either, but it's been there over 4 years without problems.
sounds like a lucky little girl to me and it only sucks because really limits filtration
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Old 10-19-2012, 12:38 PM   #27
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Update

today is day 2 for my 3 damsels and 3 hermit crabs there are all over my tank and they keep knockin each other off the LR hilarious my crabs are quite literally playing king of the hill lol
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I second the whole "proud" thing. This forum is filled with great advice, and so far everything looks great. You identified where you still need more of, an that's all that counts! Like the live rock, I like to start slow and build up over time!
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just added 10 more pounds of LR three blue and yellow damsels 3 hermit crabs and a astrea snail (lol he was in the crevice of the live rock lol) so the breakdown 3 blue and yellow damsels 3 hermit crabs and a hitchhicker lol
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Elude thanks so much i used that smart start for my cycle and i through my amonia spike then the nitrites in hours amazing
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