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.5 Gallon Beast Size Doesn't Always Matter.


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    Finding_Nemo - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default .5 Gallon Beast Size Doesn't Always Matter.

    Thats right here is some pics of my ginormous tank!!!!!!! Including a Staghorn and Misbar clown. Thats right !!

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    tazzy695 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Re: .5 Gallon Beast Size Doesn't Always Matter.

    sweet looking good



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    I have been reefing from 08-2007 till 5-2011

    reef tanks are like wifes you have to give them some attention every now and then

    current tank is an 80g FW containing Oscars

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    im not usually one to judge but any fish in 0.5gals of water is just cruel aat most you should have 1 hermit in there

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    Bongo Shrimp - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Yeah, I did a clown in a 2.5 and that was pushing it. This is just not really right.
    My Bongo Shrimp Want To Eat Your Starfish.

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    Finding_Nemo - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    He is not staying in there forever. Its just a temporary home for him. I would never be so crule as to keep him in there his whole life.

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    Poor fish is in solitary.
    55g Sumpless SPS/LPS Wonderland.

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    Argent - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nice tank - saw that on the counter when I was in the store
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    whitetiger61 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nemo

    Nice tank..keep it up..clown is fine but move him soon..he does look cute in there..but he needs more swimming room..i took mine out of my 5.5 gallon

    Rick

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    Finding_Nemo - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I will he will be going in something much bigger I like to say moving from an efficiency to a 2 bedroom apartment.

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    whitetiger61 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    well i do have to say that is one of the best looking nano-pico tanks ive seen..alot of people liked mine but IMO that one has mine beat..keep up the great work..everything is positioned perfect..

    Rick

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