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Saltwater from Narberth

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Active within 559 Days

Name: Coral keeper

Size/Category 20-Gallon Saltwater

Type: Glass

Shape: Standard

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Lighting: reef light 50\50

Filtration: one 30 gallon filter, one 20 gallon filter

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Other Accessories: plain rock, live rock, plastic rock, and wooden "bamboo"

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08/23/2013 10:46.45 AM
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2) I have a marine 20g (as you can see), I plan on making a 5g fish tank i have a marine tank and switching my evil tomato clown into the tank. I'm going to use the same water and crushed coral, do i still have to cycle? Thank you!

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09/30/2012 10:46.50 AM Report This Comment
HELP!
Hello, if anyone visits my page, please try to answer my question as best you can

1) I had a pajama cardinalfish, a tomato clown, a false purcula clown, 2 black and gold chromis and a fiji blue damsel. Day after day they dissappeared! I didn't see them in the filter, i have a secure lid, there were no bodies/bones, and all levels (PH, nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, etc.) were ok! The only thing was the tomato clownfish survived... I wonder if he ate my other fish because he is known for being territorial but he was one of my smaller fish! Please help a concerned Marine fish tank owner,
Lilly

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09/30/2012 10:40.55 AM Report This Comment
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