Haaibek

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  1. Haaibek

    Haaibek

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    Hi all, very interesting site and lots of interesting topics and sharing of knowledge and experience. We have two 1.5m Jewell tanks, a His and a Hers. His is plain with only fish while Hers is a beautiful reef with plenty of color in anemone, corals, sps,lps, pipe fish, sea horses, gobies, blennies and all lovely stuff. The pride and joy in His is a flame angel but the Wrasse are close competition.
    Hers get a weekly water change while His gets neglected and only getting biweekly water changes. We believe the three rules for happy and healthy aquariums are water quality, water quality and water quality which is easily achieved with a good skimmer and filter system.
    Does anybody perhaps know where we can get a steady supply of live brine shrimp?
    Regards,

    Haaibek.
     
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  3. Wes

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    lol cool name:

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    EFJ MASA Contributor

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    gMAN with the plan

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    Welcome to MASA.... 2 x 1.5M tanks and not a single pic? come on now, share the treasure with us all to enjoy why don't you?
     
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    RiaanP Moderator

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    Hello and Welcome.

    Normally Sea horses are not kept in a full on system. They prefer calmer areas with less flow and less aggressive fish around them. Pipe fish also tends to fall in this category. Maybe you are lucky, or your setup permits it.

    Then again, some pictures please. We like them
     
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    welcome to MASA, enjoy the stay.. please post some pics of your system for us all to see:thumbup:
     
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    Pics?
     
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    Welcome. :)
    You can buy the eggs at most pet shops then hatch them yourself, very easy to do.
     
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