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Zoomanji

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  1. Hermits snails and blenny should be good and helpful. The fish you inherited are somewhat aggressive. Hard to say about the tangs, got any pics? So you may be limited to dottyback/pseduochromis (and only 1 as they will fight). If its a FOWLR and not a reef there are some other choices like triggers, some wrasses and a few othersReefcentral.com is one of the best resources out there for help. You should get a handle on what kind of filtration you have and lighting. Do you plan on keeping coral? Because they will bump up the filtration and lighting requirements and limit new fish choices.
  2. Hermits snails and blenny should be good and helpful. The fish you inherited are somewhat aggressive. Hard to say about the tangs, got any pics? So you may be limited to dottyback/pseduochromis (and only 1 as they will fight). If its a FOWLR and not a reef there are some other choices like triggers, some wrasses and a few othersReefcentral.com is one of the best resources out there for help. You should get a handle on what kind of filtration you have and lighting. Do you plan on keeping coral? Because they will bump up the filtration and lighting requirements and limit new fish choices.
  3. Razor bladeCheck your LFS for metal scrappers
  4. She should come with a link.

  5. You can get a 29 gallonn Oceanic Nanocube plus protein skimmer for pretty cheap now, I think 300 or less? The lights are still fluorescent, but you can grow some softies. Throw in a smallish, static fish that likes to nest like a blue spotted jawfish and you have a great tank! Salt is so much more interesting than fresh.I meant to address this. Buddy of mine got the 24 gallon nano plus the Halogen light (which were like $250 for just the light) for about $500. Then he threw in about 40 pounds of live rock at about $8/pound. Then he had to buy tons of small crabs, shrimps, and snails to a
  6. Sounds like a good idea. Wish I had seen your post sooner. That Fish Place is awesome BTW.Clowns sound like a good idea, Definitely let it cycle for a couple weeks. If you got test kits, wait till ammonia and nitrite are down to 0 (not close to 0 but actually 0).Did the nano come with a light or did you buy it? You need strong lighting for most corals but with a nano you can have too much. Clams need very clean water, it could be tough. Shrimp are very easy, a cleaner would be good. Don't get a damsel they can get nasty. Besides the clown, I would look at gobies, basslets and dottybac
  7. I didnt want to post it until things sorted themselves out, but around Christmas a good friend who is close to a relation of Trey's said the band was going to get back together if everything went well with his sentence and charges getting reduced - they did very recently, which is why these suggestions are coming out now.Needless to say, I will be beyond if I get a chance to be awash in the bliss that is a Phish show again.
  8. * Type I collagen - This is the most abundant collagen of the human body. It is present in scar tissue , the end product when tissue heals by repair. It is found in tendons and the organic part of bone.

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  9. Ummm, I'm sure you never had gas in them........
  10. AgreeMost of what I have read recommends not converting salt to fresh and vise versa. The link I posted does have some discussion from people who have done it successfully.One of the biggest problems is that all the equipment other than the tank is different and saltwater lights especially for corals are very $$$$
  11. PM me if you want I have a 75 and 140 saltwater tank.The salt pretty much stabilizes the pH so you shouldn't have an issue. Salt water filtration is totally different than freshwater filtration. No need for aeration either. The skimmer though is key, make sure it is rated for a larger tank than the tank you actually have. An underneath sump is also very helpful and a good place for the skimmer unless you have one that hangs on. Bottom substrate is also crucial. I would recomend either bare bottom (but it does eliminate some fish that need a sand bed) or sand bed (4-6 inches deep, buy "live
  12. Saw it. Not bad. Best show of the summer isn't hard considering the competition is "Who's Now" on ESPN and the Closer. I'll watch it again if I remember when its on and what channel its on.
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