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HeidiRobin HeidiRobin
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2012 23:17
External filter for 48 litre box tank?? #1
Does anyone know if you can get an external filter for a 48 litre box tank ( Tropical)? If so what's the brand ad where from.

Thank you xx
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  • Posted on: 13/8/2011 0:05
Re: Actinia equina in my tank, what fish? #2
Hi,
Could you tell me would a pistol shrimps and Yasha Goby be on in the tank with 5 Actinia Equina Anemones???

There is no Corals. Just live Rock and the Anemones.

Are Actinia Equina Anemones a mistake in adding to a tank???

Thank you, all answers are much appriciated.

Heidi x
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  • Posted on: 6/8/2011 18:27
Re: Actinia equina in my tank, what fish? #3
Thank you. But what fish would be ok with the Anemones??? I don't have any corals in it x
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  • Posted on: 12/7/2011 18:32
Actinia equina in my tank, what fish? #4
Hi,

Hoping you can help me, I have a little 48 Lt marine tank with Actinia equina anemones inside it and live rock. I'm just wondering what fish/ creature I could add to it. Could some body help me with ideas please.
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  • Posted on: 28/6/2011 7:02
Baby Yellow Box Fish #5
I am bringing home a baby yellow box fish next week. It's going in it's own tank with just live rock and a thin layer of coral sand.

Can anyone tell me any information about keeping them as there is not care sheet on here?

Thanks
Heidi x
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  • Posted on: 25/5/2011 11:50
I want to set up a little hospital tank. #6
Hello.

I need to set up a small hospital Marine tank for " just in case". All my fish are healthy and happy but you never know when I might need one. And knowing my look something will happen late at night when I'm not prepared so I need to sort it.

What do I need and can I keep anything in it?
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  • Posted on: 25/5/2011 11:39
Sea Horses. How hard is it to keep Sea Horses #7
Hello. Just a thought.

How hard is it to keep Sea Horses and what equipment would be needed and at what size. Say for about 3-5 sea horses.
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  • Posted on: 13/4/2011 17:52
Re: Is there a Goby that would happily live with a Flymo Blenny #8
Can no body help with the above question?
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  • Posted on: 5/4/2011 13:18
Is there a Goby that would happily live with a Flymo Blenny #9
Just a question, is there a Goby that would happily live with my Red Spotted Flymo Blenny. My Blenny lives on the left of the tank and never seems to venture on the right side.

The Blenny happily shares its Rocks with the Royal Gramma (both live on the left side). My tank is 160 lites and about 100 cm's long.
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  • Posted on: 5/4/2011 11:25
Re: What's the best home for my Clowns ?? #10
They are T8's at 30w. Marin Blue and a Marin Day so not fit for corals, Don't want corals anyway hence why i've not changed the lightening other wise i'd have T5's. Everything in the tank is doing good and the clowns are spawning, I've got babies from hermits and snails or thats what they look like under a magnyfying glass, but they are getting bigger.

Water tests are as should be, not had any problams what so ever with the water from the very first moment I started it all.

You could say I eat, sleep and breath the tank, lol.. all though i'm still very much learning.

I know when we move house (when ever that will be in a year or two), I shall be getting a much bigger than with better lightening etc... and try my look with corals. But until then, was just wondering what will easily work for the Clowns in somewhere, where they can call their "pad", which won't do any harm in the tank or to the other things in it. And if there is nothing I can add, so bit it and i'll wait till I get moved. The fish are happy or seem happy with out having a "pad" of their own.
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