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Old 11-20-2011, 12:26 PM   #141
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Well than maybe ill cut out the gramma (i doubt i could find them at my lfs anyways)
Could i replace it with a bangaii cardinal?
Yeah, you can do bangaii instead.

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It's a hit or miss. Trying not to scare you but there was a thread here a few weeks ago about a guy with a 29 and he couldn't add any fish because the clowns would kill them...
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Ok so
1 clownfish
1 YWG
1 bangaii cardinal
1 gramma
1 scissortail dartfish
1 six line wrasse (substitution spot)
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Hey could we get a orange striped prawn goby??
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Hey could we get a orange striped prawn goby??
You can get it instead of the yellow watchman
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UPDATE!!

Were going to pick up the setup right now! Pictures will come tonight, but here are some terrible ones that i took yesterday when checking it out!!

Tank and stand, protein skimmer
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UPDATE!!

Were going to pick up the setup right now! Pictures will come tonight, but here are some terrible ones that i took yesterday when checking it out!!

Tank and stand, protein skimmer
Awesome! How exciting! Where are you putting it?
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My room! Haha parents wont let it go downstairs, but when we get some sick corals and fish, we will win our parents over
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My room! Haha parents wont let it go downstairs, but when we get some sick corals and fish, we will win our parents over
Oh ya!!!! The light!!!
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Yep those are compact florescents!
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Hey guys, so we have a powerhead, but the intake it open, without a nozzle. So could fish swim in there? Should we buy a new one and use this one to mix saltwater? Any suggestions on a deal for a 30 gallon powerhead?? Thanks!!!!
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Yep those are compact florescents!
Good? Can they support all of my goodies?!? Lol
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Good? Can they support all of my goodies?!? Lol
Lol yes!!!
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The light is heavy duty! Haha
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Hey guys, so we have a powerhead, but the intake it open, without a nozzle. So could fish swim in there? Should we buy a new one and use this one to mix saltwater? Any suggestions on a deal for a 30 gallon powerhead?? Thanks!!!!
Yeah just use it for salt. I wouldn't risk it.
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Yeah just use it for salt. I wouldn't risk it.
Cool. Any bargains?
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K wev got the full tank, blue light on, both lights on, protein skimmer!!!
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Beautiful! What kinda skimmer?
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Haha i dot know anything abt skimmers, but it says rio 110 hob filter on the back..
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it looks like a taam rio skimmer. Not the best but not too too bad, at least in my opinion based on what I've read.
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