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Saltwater Update

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Obelix, Aug 8, 2004.

  1. Obelix

    Obelix New Member

    Hey Everyone:

    Just an update, My 20 Gallon tank is almost finished, I have about 12 pounds of live rock, the substrate is live sand (about 2 inches) and yesterday I got my 2 Tomato Clowns... so much personality!!! I'll try to get a picture up soon. The Bio-Load is really pushing it but I plan on getting more liverock so when their adults with regular water changes it should be fine. :D
  2. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    Wow, thats really cool, how much does the salt cost in all for the water changes though, because when all my fish are gone, in like 10 years since the female platties seem to be having to much fun then i wanted to do that to my 29 gal. though i heard of the cost is quite high, though they are so nice.
  3. Obelix

    Obelix New Member

    Saltmixes are the most inexpensive part, I got my saltmix from bigals online for only $14.99, It gets the PH to 8.4 and adds some of the trace chemicals you need. I've spent about 60.00 dollars converting from fresh to saltwater not including the fish, Tomato Clowns run about 20 USD around here.
  4. needlefish1

    needlefish1 New Member

    im saving up some money for a marine tank and i think the most expensive part would be buyign the live rock and the and sand

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