Photo #2 - In Cycle For About A Week 4/17/08

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Penguin150, 8lbs LR & 20lbs live sand
Advice: I am doing allot of reading. Do your homework. join the club
Fish Kept: 4 hermit crabs, 2 turbo snails
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: IT technician. Hardcore gamer. Saltwater enthusiast. Dad & husband. Loved aquariums since i was kid.

COMMENTS

Thanks for my tank comment. slow and steady i would say. also when i buy some LR i sit in front of tank picturing the end result, twisting & turning the peice to fit the puzzle. Start with big flat surface area pieces and build up from that like a pyramid. gradually makeing peices smaller towards the top. i only put 1 thing new in my tank each week, weather its a piece of LR toa fish or coral. Never had a dead fish or bad water conditions. Hey if you need a answer feel free, i have done countless hours of research, so maybe i can help with a prob. Cheers Puffy fish avatar Clayton
good luck on your tank fish avatar butterfly

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