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    Honestly, if it was me and I was teetering on the...

    Honestly, if it was me and I was teetering on the idea of potentially doing a reef later on, well heck even if I wasn't, I would set up a refugium. On my 75 I have a 29 gal tank with a deep sand bed...
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    +1 Kaybee, and technically Cocoa, even though...

    +1 Kaybee, and technically Cocoa, even though most people like putting clams in the sand the only clams that like the sand are gigas. Croceas and maximas are actually rock boring clams and in the...
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    +1, the wrasse will find a way, just as triggers...

    +1, the wrasse will find a way, just as triggers find ways to eat urchins and venomous lionfish. Good luck Cocoa
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    I've seen morphs of zoos, or like stated other...

    I've seen morphs of zoos, or like stated other zoos intermixed. I very often see rocks that have a couple different zoos on it.
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    I honestly would find a local reefer and see if...

    I honestly would find a local reefer and see if they will "lend" you a rock or a cup of sand from their tank or 'fuge. All it is, is a way for someone to sell rubble rock w/ small bethnic inverts in...
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    No, that is a black damselfish, it looks cute now...

    No, that is a black damselfish, it looks cute now but it gets huge, ugly and MEAN. It will turn black. Its scientific name is neoglyphidodon melas I believe or something like that.

    Good luck w/ it...
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    Honestly WapsiRat, I would pass on the pleco....

    Honestly WapsiRat, I would pass on the pleco. This fish will get FAR TOO LARGE for your tank, or for that matter every tank under 125. They get over a foot long and live a long time, my uncle had one...
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    Mopani wood sinks instantly, unlike driftwood...

    Mopani wood sinks instantly, unlike driftwood that needs to be boiled or held down until saturated. You could rinse the piece of to clean any dust or anything but other than that it should be ready...
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    I've heard the opposite of cocoas luck, many...

    I've heard the opposite of cocoas luck, many melted componets, ballasts shorts and bad bulbs. FWIW, Hagen and Coralife are the best of fixtures in the first place. They are great companies but they...
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    I personally would look into T5s w/ individual...

    I personally would look into T5s w/ individual reflectors as compared to one single. It will be brighter, more efficient(less wasted light) and if you choose to sell it you will have an easier time....
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    I've seen many a tank w/ upwards of 50x turnover,...

    I've seen many a tank w/ upwards of 50x turnover, if positioned correctly the 2 koralias won't be a problem
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    Nice work kaybee! The PO4 in frozen food comes...

    Nice work kaybee! The PO4 in frozen food comes from the food grade preservitive that is used. Certain foods such as Rod's food lacks that but that is neither here nor there. I would increase H2O...
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    Carbon is debatable for some but the OVERWHELMING...

    Carbon is debatable for some but the OVERWHELMING majority either prefer its use or recanted their negative stance on it. Not all organics can be skimmed out, thats where carbon comes in. Also,...
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    I've heard they've also successfully spawned a...

    I've heard they've also successfully spawned a few deep water genicanthus as well.
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    Jim, what is the tank size again? 3.75 watts of...

    Jim, what is the tank size again? 3.75 watts of MH isn't all that bad. I've seen many great tanks that if you go by wpg they weren't much higher than yours. What you need to figure out is the PAR...
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    Unfortunately, I have yet to find a source of TR...

    Unfortunately, I have yet to find a source of TR bangaiis and until then I will NOT order or sell them. But I agree, more people should be attempting it, esp, facilities that are already mass...
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    You could do some of the small gobies, like...

    You could do some of the small gobies, like clowns, citrons, or others like red head or the green banded gobies. You could squeeze a small diadema dottyback but I would say he'd be the only fish as...
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    Agreed, black beard, arhh, tends to be shorter...

    Agreed, black beard, arhh, tends to be shorter and denser, at least thats what I've always seen in the maintainance biz
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    I agree kaybee, thats why I don't sell mandarins,...

    I agree kaybee, thats why I don't sell mandarins, copperbanded butterflies and the like and of course bangaii cardinals. Do I lose sales, yes but that is the morals and ethics that I choose to...
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    +1, I now have 6 different size PC lights at home...

    +1, I now have 6 different size PC lights at home in storage, wish I would've known then.....
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    What brand could be that cheap? Is it used? Is it...

    What brand could be that cheap? Is it used? Is it aquatraders by chance?
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    I could say alot on this subject and honestly I...

    I could say alot on this subject and honestly I don't know where to start.....
    Pablo Tepoot the owner and delevoper of Spectrum foods is on record the longest keeper of moorish idols and he says he...
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    You will save big bucks going retro, but if my...

    You will save big bucks going retro, but if my boss wasn't an ex electrical engineer than it would've been a lot trickier for me. What brand are you thinking?
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    The 150w MH will work pretty well in your case....

    The 150w MH will work pretty well in your case. Honestly, if I was you, I WOULD go w/ a 6700k bulb as they will peak more in the "red" and "yellow" spectrums which FW plants will utilize more. The...
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    What are you planning on? The tank is a 125,...

    What are you planning on? The tank is a 125, right? Are you looking for a fixture or retro kit?
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