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    i'd also like an article on keeping fresh water "jellyfish" very much. i am quite intrigued about the subject,
    10g- planted freshwater
    10 gallon freshwater, planted tank
    1 Redigobius balteatus (rhinohorn goby), 2 Trichopsis pumila (sparkling gourami), 5 mircorasbora erythromicron (emerald dwarf rasbora), 1 Celestichthys margaritatus (celestial pearl danio), 1 Dermogenys pusilla (wrestling halfbeak), 6 amano shrimp
    lots o malayn needle point snails
    3g- freshwater
    java moss

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Red Severum
    LOL this was an old thread and got back up and you said old thread and nows its a really old thread. Here before me both times..
    ancient thread then. lol

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    A circular jellyfish tank would look like a lava lamp!

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    Made this diagram thingy...

    Get acrylic quarter cylinders and put them around like shown in the picutre.

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    The box jellyfish is actually the msot poisonous animal on the planet.

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    I would think you would need to find something more similar to a ball, cut that into 8 sections that were all large enough to be half the height of the tank. even the way you have it the tank still technically has corners to it. I don't know anything about it personally, but i assume when it is stressed that there must be no corners or rough edges i imagine that means none at all. The tanks I've actually seen with jellies at my local aquarium (not my LFS) have absolutely no corners, including at the top and bottoms. maybe you could find a large acrylic tube? Although i have no clue where.

    The filtration systems at my local aquarium also appear to have the filtration built into the bottom, and use a very fine grate so that there is absolutely nothing the jellies can bump into or get stuck on, they aren't exactly the smartest of creatures

    Here's a link to their jelly site, most likely doesn't have any, but might have some useful info for you
    Last edited by lobsternoob; 02-04-2009 at 12:36 AM.
    No matter how much I learn or know I'm still gonna be a NOOB, but that doesn't mean I'm an idiot!

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    Here are some tanks. I highly doubt you'll end up buying one.

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    correct, I won't. Not very interested in jellies at all. They're cool, the tanks and jellies, but whew they're pretty dang pricey. I could go see them locally any time i like too, lifetime member of that aquarium i linked :)

    and i guess i was wrong, there are still some sharp edges on those tanks, i guess it's just about not allowing the jelly to get stuck in an actual corner.
    No matter how much I learn or know I'm still gonna be a NOOB, but that doesn't mean I'm an idiot!

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    the aquariums in that link remind me of washing machines

    anyways Jellyfish seem pretty boring to keep so Im just going to stick to regular reefs.

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