My New Tank - 2ft / 20g

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Post  Admin on 23rd August 2009, 10:49 am

Marks just going fish only now,he couldn't be bothered with the running costs to get the corals going.

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Re: My New Tank - 2ft / 20g

Post  DeadSled on 23rd August 2009, 11:15 am

Yeah i know. But at least its there for when he does add corals Wink

I still think he should put some soft corals in that don't require all the dosing and such.
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Re: My New Tank - 2ft / 20g

Post  atdm on 26th August 2009, 3:36 pm

Far out

That tank looks huge

Would like to see it in person

Mark should organize a bbq and we get together, give him a hand with whatever he may need with the tank, e.g. plumbing, aquascaping or whatever and have a nice barbie

Just an idea....

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its big allright

Post  Admin on 26th August 2009, 3:43 pm

At the moment he is moving live rock around trying to get the design just right,he has most of the fish in other tanks so it should look very nice when everything is in there.
Give him a call and go and have a look!

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feather worms

Post  blackblennie on 4th September 2009, 1:28 am

I like those feather worms,my wifes idea of a flower in the tank and of course i have to have some the next time.
What are they like to keep and what does the worm look like,is it like the bristle worms on the net?

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Re: My New Tank - 2ft / 20g

Post  DeadSled on 4th September 2009, 5:15 am

Its pretty much what you see is what you get. They don't come out of the tube and start wandering around, all you see is either a closed tube or what i've taken pictures of.
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Re: My New Tank - 2ft / 20g

Post  DeadSled on 5th October 2009, 3:40 pm

New pic.



I'm considering pulling it down and using it as a frag tank. Small tanks suck. Two clowns died today, one had like velvet the other appeared fine.. a lizard blenny i caught two weeks back carked it.

I suppose, i don't know what my parameters are.. haven't bothered to check and haven't done a water change in a while. Thats probably why. Still.. big tanks are SO much easier.

I might just buy a mates metal halide when i have a spare 100 bucks and turn it into a crazy acro reef with like one fish. I duno. See what happens.
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