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  1. blackghostknife

    blackghostknife

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    Hello Everyone!

    I've been creeping on this site and a few others for some time now so I thought I would stop being rude, so i signed up!

    I have a 100L tropical fish tank, that has been running for the last 2years, I am looking to upgrade to a bigger tank when the time is right!

    Stock

    1 Black Ghost Knife
    2 Blue Dwarf Gourami
    2 Widows
    2 Bala shark
    1 Red fine shark
    2 Neons
    1 blind tetra
    2 pink tetra
    2 golden Gourami
    1 pleco
    2 puppies


    Plants

    Chlorophytum bichetii
    Vallisneria Americana
    Vallisneria Spiralis
    Vesicularia Ferriei 'Weeping'
    :bigthumbup:
     
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  3. rakabos

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    So when u chucking them and making it a reef tank hmmmmmmmm?

    Oh and welcome
     
  4. cswhitehead

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    welcome to MARINE aquariums sa
     
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  5. cswhitehead

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    so when you upgrading to marines?
     
  6. blackghostknife

    blackghostknife Thread Starter

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    I would love to own a marine tank, but the whole thing that has stopped me from doing it is the massive cost involved in it!

    you have an awesome Marine Tank, one day when I’m retired i guess! :)

    Regards
     
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    Welcome..

    Go into marines man :)
    Take it slow and get a piece of equipment month to month, and you will never look back :)
     
  8. blackghostknife

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    You all must be wondering why I did then join Marine Aquarium SA, I would like to learn as much as possible before I jump into marine, and seeing all the other posts in the past, I will learn a lot before I take the next step

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    Welcome ... Your stock list sounds like a nice meal for my lion fish ... lol
     
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    blackghostknife Thread Starter

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    ha ha Ghaydeen, I'm sure your lion will become obese if he eats all my fish!
     
  11. KeeganP

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    Lol welcome,
    Whats the scientific name for puppies?
     
  12. blackghostknife

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    Ha Ha, Sorry typo, Guppies!
     
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    :lol: Ok cool, because when I googled it all I got was dogs :whistling:
     
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    scientific name for guppies: Poecilia reticulata

    Dont you just love google!
     
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    Lol. Welcome man. Before you know it your freshwater fish will be a meal to ur own lionfish.lol. Welcome to the forum.its the best place to learn.
     
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    Thank you Charl, I'm sure it will happen.
     
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    :welcometomasa1::welcome7:
     
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    Welcome to MASA :)
     
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    welcome to masa :)
     
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    Hey and welcome to MASA!

    Great to go on the advance and learn as much as you can before you jump into marines, very wise:thumbup:.

    We do have a sister site that serves just for freshwater go and have a look.
     
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    Thanks Guys, I'm going to learn a lot here.
    :)
     
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