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Thread: 20 gallon long

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    That sounds a lot better. You will happy with the clown gobie as well. Very colorful and active.

    You could even get a few more snails with all that rock. I would up the snails to about 10.
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
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    Ok thanks, yeah I've always liked clown gobies but myfamily loves clownfish, I mean I like them but I've always liked gobies and stuff more, unless I had a anemone, ok I will take to 5 snails that comes with it and there are always stuff on the rocks and if there aren't any on the rock I will buy some at lfs.

  3. #23


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    Ok here the catoulog of organisms that people have found on there rock from tbs it has the different corals that are sometimes on the rock, well it has everything that comes on the rock.

  4. #24


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    ok I found some other corals I wanted to ask if they would be ok, green star polyps, sun coral, toadstool, would those be ok? I know the sun coral requires direct feeding and I wouldn't get it until the tank was set up for awhile, and I had a brine shrimp farm.

  5. #25


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    green star polyps are very nice and create a nice carpet - I really liked mine. I was training it to grow on the glass when I had my burn out.
    Sun coral is hard to keep, you can certainly have it but you will want to wait like you said until your tank is stable.
    Toadstool I have no experience with.
    I really liked my candycane/trumpet coral, I would recommend that as a nice bright yellow coral. Easy to frag, too.
    20gal long planted community

  6. #26


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    Ok thanks, I think I will get the green star polyp, maybe sun coral after 6-8 months so it will be stable, I don't think I will get toadstool beause it will probaly get huge.

  7. #27


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    just a word of warning to plan your coral placement with more than just lighting and flow in mind - i had blue mushrooms and liked them very much - for the first year. Then, they started being very troublesome - they were growing everywhere! hard to control and almost invasive. They started crowding out other corals. The only way I could remove them from tank was to burn them off the rock. You have to get every fragment off the rock or it will just grow back.
    So keep in mind all these corals will grow - and need trimming/fragging, and some will spread - and have to be controlled, and they all need some space from each other. Place them in your tank with an eye to future growth, trimming, and fragging. Nothing more unfun that to have to take out half your carefully placed live rock to get ONE rock out that has the coral on it you need to do something with.
    20gal long planted community

  8. #28


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    Haha yeah I've heard stories about stuff like that, I will try and put fast growing stuff on top or at least loose non weight bearing rocks and i will frag them when there growing.

  9. #29


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    ok so I was think to get some extra cash to save for the sw tank and stuff I am going to grow java moss, java fern, rcs to sell on here and to lfs and maybe amazon. so how much should I charge for each?
    this is my idea for prices
    RCS $1.50 individual, $3.00 for a berried female, $5.00 for 1 male and 3 females.
    $3.00 for a plantlet, $6.00 for a full grown, $15.00 for a full grown with spores or plantlets.
    $4.50 for a gall ball size portion, $10.00 for 1 cup.
    if any are too high tell me and I will adjust, I'm open to constructive criticism.

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