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fish 10-10-2006 07:53 PM

hi
 
i have been in saltwater aquariums for about 3 years now - have had several different set ups - 12 gal. nano, 72 gallon bowfront - and now i am in the proccess of setting up a 30 gallon reef tank in one of those bio cube tanks. never done a reef set up before, so i will need all the help i can get! thanks in advance!:)

Lupin 10-10-2006 08:06 PM

Hi and welcome aboard, fish.:wave:

Hope you enjoy the forum with us.:thumbsup:

fish 10-10-2006 08:10 PM

thanks blue!

caferacermike 10-10-2006 09:53 PM

Hey there. Nanocubes can be fun. I've seen some guys really "hotrod" some JBJ's. Chillers, skimmers and metal halide lighting. I met one guy that used a stock 24g to raise his ricordia after splitting them with scalpels. He'd put them in the JBJ for 2 weeks. Then he'd pull them back out and dip them in a diluted iodine dip. Next he'd cut them into 8 even pieces directly through the mouth. He'd scopp up all the pieces and drop them in the tank. He started with 10 FL yumas and within 2 months had 60. He then traded those of for other species/colors. Next thing you know this guy has about 200 rics in a tiny nano cube selling them all the time for $10.

What are your intentions with your nano cube?

Amphitrite 10-11-2006 02:35 AM

Hi fish! Welcome to FishForum.com

Katherine :)

willow 10-12-2006 02:54 AM

hello there
welcome aboard,nice people here,
hope they can help with any questions you have.
:)

SimplySplendid 10-12-2006 12:33 PM

Hi Fish
Welcome to Fishforum.com ;)
Hope you enjoy :)


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