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Old 02-14-2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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My 12g Aquapod


Decieded it was in my best interest to make my own water from now on since the store's salinity was a bit off. 1.0018 says the hydrometer. Using Seachem's reef salt as it came highly recommended so this bag should last me a long time if only changing 2-3 gallons at a time.

Got some inverts as well even though I had a hitchhiker hermit(Scarlet), a snail, and to me and my wife's surprise we saw an emerald crab hiding in the rock. Got some more hermits and snails especially the sand sifting kind.

The store also talked me into this little guy:

Blue Zoo Aquatics :: Orange Striped Goby.

The owner said to just keep tabs on my water he should survive just fine and suppliment him 2-3 times a week with brine/mysis.

Might pick up another piece of live rock to completel the tanks look as well, curently sitting around 7.5 pounds up front and 2-3 pounds of rubble in the back with some live sand mixed in with the bag stuff.

My wife wants a clown next

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Umm, pics please! hehe

Sounds really cool, can't wait to see it.

I have the Seachem Reef Salt, I really like it.

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