introducing pumpkin

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  1. pumpkin

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    Hi, i'm a newby as far as having my own tank, i have a small jebo "fuge" atached to my husband's (Dv8) DT with nothing much happening there at the moment. Planning on putting seahorses in when i can get some and move the shrimp breeding to another tank. i have loads of second hand experience - helping my husband with his tanks. its pretty cool, as i gain all the knowledge without the loss of livestock.
     
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  3. crispin

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    hello pumpkin, nice to have you join:)

    now you will see first hand where dv8 gets some of his ideas from :)

    intresting to hear you like sea horses so much, you do know that they have terrible survival rates and need a huge amount of research before setting up a tank just for them?

    tell us about the shrimp breeding, what type are they, brine or cleaner shrimps? :)
     
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    :thumbup:welcome to MASA Pumpkin!!:thumbup:
     
  5. Jaak

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    Welcome to MASA pumpkin!!
     
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    Ahh, what a cute name, welcome pumpkin!
     
  7. crispin

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    its the kitty comming out the avatare i think is cute :)
     
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    leslie hempel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    welcome.
     
  9. maj

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    welcome pumkin!!

    this is a good place to be!
     
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    Welcome to MASA...
     
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  12. mnd123

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    Welcome pumpkin.... my baby daughters nickname ;)
     
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    Hello and welcome
     
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    Welcome to MASA!!!!
     
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    Welcome to masa!!!
     
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  19. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Welcome to the forum. Seahorses can be difficult but it certainly can be done, just do some reading up on their requirements. I have often thought of putting seahorses into my nano but it's the feeding of live foods that puts me off, I'm terribly lazy :p
     
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    Seahorses sound very interesting, but as Viper said, loads of work and sometimes heartbreak :(
     
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    it's on hold for the moment, but hear is a link to a thread for the breeding plan cleaner shrimp breeding in P E - Invertebrates
     
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