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where's all the salties?

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fish Forum' started by gangstafish, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. gangstafish

    gangstafish Thread Starter Member

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    Why aren't there any new posts from the saltwater community? Has anyone got any new fish to brag about? Or has anyone got any new things for their reef tanks? Come on people. I haven't been on here in a while but now I am back.
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  2. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    We don't seem to have very many salt water people on here. Tell your friends ! LoL
     
  3. heatherine

    heatherine Member

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    While I love the salties, and would love to have a sw tank, honestly the hobby scares me to death. It seems so much more complicated, and maintaining my fw tanks already take up so much of my brain space (lol). My mom is really keen on starting one up in the 25 gal setup I gifted her though, so maybe she'll connect with this site for tips. She's never kept anything but fw and it's been years and years, so this should be interesting! :)
     
  4. heatherine

    heatherine Member

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    PS your fish are amazing! Can you tell me what they are?
     
  5. FishVixen

    FishVixen Active Member

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    once set up salties aren't that much more work than freshwater. Just more expensive to set up.
     
  6. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    that wasn't my experience, with the ro/di and the salt that constantly needed mixed for partials...much more "constant" expenses rather than just connecting a python and dosing the tank with prime before re-fill.