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  1. Thread: Hey :)

    by Leedsbremner
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    Hi

    Welcome to the forum.:ssmile:
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    Welcome

    Welcome to the AC. The Chromis & Clowns are a good choice for first salt water fish as they are pretty hardy and will accept minor mistakes. Any problems you have post them on the forum and you will...
  3. Thread: Hi all

    by Leedsbremner
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    Hi

    Welcome to the AC:ssmile:
  4. Hi

    :ssmile: Welcome to the AC
  5. Thread: Hello

    by Leedsbremner
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    Welcome

    Wecome to the AC, and good look with the SW set up, it's hard work at first but well worth the effort.thumbs2:
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    Hi

    Welcome to the ACthumbs2:
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    Welcome

    Welcome to the ACthumbs2:
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    Tank takeover

    It depends on how quick you want to get a SW set up running, but as others have said if you are patient there will be a set available at some point.:ssmile:
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    salt water set up

    You could look to take over a system from someone giving up the hobby local to you, (I did with my fish only system), they are usually a cheaper option as you get all the equipment you need.
    :ssmile:
  10. Welcome

    Welcome to the AC. Hope the clown recovers
  11. Thread: Hello

    by Leedsbremner
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    More tanks

    Hi, sounds like you are getting the bug for more tanks, hope like me you have an understanding partner, (I currently have 2 saltwater tanks and 1 tropical tank, with 2 more tanks waiting to be set...
  12. Thread: Yowza!

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    welcome

    Welcome to the AC:ssmile:
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    Tank too small

    Hi, as already said , you need a bigger tank for fish, I'd go for the biggest you have space for and can afford to buy, also you will need to cycle any new tank properly before adding any fish, that...
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    Welcome

    Welcome to the AC, thumbs2:
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    Hi

    thumbs2: Hi
    Wecome to the forum, You will get some great help with any problems you may have.
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    Mandarin

    If you do set up a saltwater tank and want mandarins I'd sugest you set up a reef tank and get it well established before adding a mandarin. They are very finiky eaters and most will only take live...
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    Pict follow up

    You'll have to bear with me, I'm on nights this week so not fully awake most of the time LOLthumbs2:
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    Picture

    Here's a quick picture, I'll try to get a better one and post it.:ssmile:
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    clowns and damsels

    I have a 200L fish only tank with 5 x Yellow tailed blue damsels, 3 x Lemon damsels, 2 common clowns, and a Yellow tang, all living together quite happily, no anemone but lots of rock and a couple of...
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    bigger tank

    Cliff is right a bigger tank is easier to keep, and belive me within a few months you will want one, 30L is a small tank, I started with a 70L tank and very quickly found it too small, I have now...
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    Wrasse

    :fish2: I bought a yellow wrasse a few months ago and it took 2 weeks before it settled (I saw it maybe twice in that time) , but it is now one of the most visable fish in the tank, have patience and...
  22. Thread: Seahorses

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    Thanks

    I had heard that they are difficult to keep, I already have two marine set ups (1 reef, 1 fish only). The sea horse tank will be specialised just for them.
  23. Thread: Seahorses

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    Seahorses

    :help: I'm looking to set up a tank for just sea horses, any advice on the minimum size of tank, water quality, etc would be appreciated.
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    pics

    Great pics,
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    RO Unit

    An RO unit is an expensive outlay initially, but worth every penny. You could look at picking up a used RO unit they are readily available at reasonable prices, or someone on the forum may have a...
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