Well after much worth while thought my lovely wife woke up this morning and packed all her frags up and took them to the LFS.She proudly ordered another stingray and two puffers and instructed me to grab a 50# bag of cariban sand and explained to me how much I really wanted to replumb her 40 gallon frag tank and set it up for rays and her future puffers. Arghhhh !!!!! Good thing I don't like to watch football(I thinks it's time to try it tho)So I'll post some before and after shots tomorrow. yipee what a great idea LOL
Last edited by jimsflies; 02-17-2012 at 10:27 PM.
Reason: attached photos for display purposes
My thoughts exactly...... ESPECIALLY on the 40g is waaaaaaay to small for any ray!
they are sea of cortez ray's.We.ve had one for six months already.The biggest it will get is 6 to 8 inches in dia..Consider them mini ray's and seems very content and eats from her hands even,She ordered porci puffers the shouldn't be an issue IMO
People put tangs in biocubes and they look and seem happy.... dont make it right or mean its good for them
ok, well you spoke your mind.I've been doing this over twenty years so I think the 40 breader with no rock work will provide plenty of space so thanks for your input.This is allot diffrent then your example and well it's kind of a lame one too honestly,I'll have a hart to hart with the ray and see how it feels about it's enviroment.Feel better?? LOL
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