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cheezydemon3 12-03-2012 01:53 AM

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Here is the big effer.

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cheezydemon3 12-03-2012 02:09 AM

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That might be AWESOME

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Somebody Ps that one!!!

You can see the retard menacing the big guy....



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cheezydemon3 12-03-2012 02:09 AM

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That might be AWESOME

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Somebody Ps that one!!!

You can see the retard menacing the big guy....



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cheezydemon3 12-03-2012 02:09 AM

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That might be AWESOME

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Somebody Ps that one!!!

You can see the retard menacing the big guy....



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+HopSpunge+ 12-04-2012 12:20 AM

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Zuljin 12-04-2012 02:15 AM

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We've a 55 with mostly tetras of various types, a Chinese algae eater and two Yo-Yo loaches. We had three Yo-Yos, but one recently died. They're hard to find local. The Yo-Yos handled our Malay and Rams Horn snail problem in short order.

It's planted with Water Sprite, Anubias and two other plants I can't remember right now. One looks like Anubias.

We also had a big crawfish that we pardoned from the crawfish boil a while back. He was itty bitty then and grew to a good size before he died.

Here's how we handled a crawfish in the tank.

1. Hiding places. With plants, petrified wood and tile caves, the crawfish and the bottom dweller fish had places to be away from each other.
2. A piece of petrified wood that just broke the surface of the water so the crawfish could get some air. They like that. Just make sure it's away from any opening in the hood.
3. Gravel. They like to dig in it.
3. Keep the crawfish fed. Ours ate pieces of wet flaked cat food. We'd drop in a piece or two and it'd go right to them in a few minutes at most and eat til they were ate. We fed him everyday or two.
4. Algae. We get wicked bad bearded algae. I don't recommend getting it on purpose, but the crawfish would munch on that.
5. Uneaten fish flakes. Again, not a recommendation, but it would eat that too.

With all this, I think we kept the crawfish disinterested in the fish.


FastAndy 12-04-2012 02:21 AM

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My nano reef with an ocellaris clown and toadstool leather.

This is the smallest salt water set up I've ever had at 8 gallons.



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The clown has decided to host the return nozzle if all things in this tank.

FastAndy 12-04-2012 02:21 AM

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My nano reef with an ocellaris clown and toadstool leather.

This is the smallest salt water set up I've ever had at 8 gallons.



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The clown has decided to host the return nozzle if all things in this tank.

FastAndy 12-04-2012 02:21 AM

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My nano reef with an ocellaris clown and toadstool leather.

This is the smallest salt water set up I've ever had at 8 gallons.



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The clown has decided to host the return nozzle if all things in this tank.


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