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30 Gallon Long Pictures

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums & Fish Photos' started by Anthony, Oct 9, 2008.

  1. Anthony

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    I think my anemone has grown in the short time I've had it. :eek:
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    wow thats one hellova picture
     
  3. Anthony

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    Thanks.

    I wanted to update my star polyp picture but I can never get a clear shot for some reason. I'll try again tomorrow when my lights are on.
     
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    Holy crap did that thing get big!
     
  5. Anonymous

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    Love the saltwater tanks. Is it more work than the freshwater?
     
  6. Anthony

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    I don't know that it's more "work" but it's less forgiving than most freshwater tanks. After you get used to everything it's not hard though. If you're good about testing the water and doing regular tank maintenance then you really shouldn't have any problems.
     
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    It's something for me to think about .... I have the 20gl that will be empty soon and in a few years the 110gl will be available for something new....I've heard it's much more work than the fresh water but you just cant beat how gorgeous they are.
     
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    A 110 saltwater tank would be amazing.
     
  9. Anonymous

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    yea = ) I better hit the lottery lol
     
  10. Anthony

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    The cost would be outrageous. I've had my tank going on 3 months and have spent about 3500.00 already.
     
  11. Anonymous

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    OMG well I think I'll think about it for a lonnnnnnnnngggggg time then o rstart with the 20gl. We will see though.
     
  12. Anonymous

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    Anthony you know dang well you bought all new stuff and and got your live rock for high dollar lol, and your stuff is top of the line everthing im sure! I bet pee wee could give us a more reasonable price for the 110 salt since his is 90.
     
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    lol im just saying, the things I would do with 3500 dollars...prolly build a couple thousand gallon tank?
     
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    I will admit, I did buy everything new. LoL
     
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    Here's an update after adding an additional 11 pounds of live rock and a few other pictures for good measure.
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    How beautiful = )
     
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    Very nice tank! I used to have a SW tank with Dwarf Seahorses in it. They were such a thrill!!!
     
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    I had Seahorses when I was about 14. Those guys were hard to keep.
     
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    Wow really? They were easy as freshwater fish for me. All I had to do was watch the water really good everyday and drop in like the end of a toothpick full of eggs and they were happy. They even had babies! I plan on getting some more dwarfs for my 20 hex and setting it up for them.