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Old 02-26-2013, 10:35 AM   #141
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I look forward to everything. It gives me and I'm sure others to see something come to life! I like to see the bare bones and then the finished product. Makes you appreciate it more.

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Is that your Cichlid tank? Awesome Tank! very realistic looking. FW?

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I look forward to everything. It gives me and I'm sure others to see something come to life! I like to see the bare bones and then the finished product. Makes you appreciate it more.

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Old 02-26-2013, 11:22 AM   #143
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Is that your Cichlid tank? Awesome Tank! very realistic looking. FW?
Yea that's mine!
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I'm a bit confused. Are there FW & SW Cichlids? Just wondering. Right now I've got a semi aggressive 55.
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Old 02-26-2013, 11:31 AM   #145
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I'm a bit confused. Are there FW & SW Cichlids? Just wondering. Right now I've got a semi aggressive 55.
Cichlids are freshwater.
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As promised... I'm hoping to find a new home for some of the live rock. Our nitrates are a little high, and they're not really coming down. Sooo we are at a standstill until that's under control. I'm open to opinions and suggestions!
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:01 PM   #147
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As promised... I'm hoping to find a new home for some of the live rock. Our nitrates are a little high, and they're not really coming down. Sooo we are at a standstill until that's under control. I'm open to opinions and suggestions!
Water change , water change , water changes. Best way to get them down. What is high?
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Water change , water change , water changes. Best way to get them down. What is high?
20 ish. We did a huge water change and it was right back high within 24 hours. We do a 5 gallon or more change on a 29 gallon tank every 1.5-2 wk. :/
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As promised... I'm hoping to find a new home for some of the live rock. Our nitrates are a little high, and they're not really coming down. Sooo we are at a standstill until that's under control. I'm open to opinions and suggestions!
Nice looking tank there!
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Nice looking tank there!
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