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Posted: Dec 7 2009, 04:34 PM
Group: Full Members
Member No.: 5,370
Joined: 29-July 09
I didn't know coldwater marine could be so beautiful (most ones in the UK are dull things full of unusual brown fish, aggressive crabs and dead macroalgae), this fishkeeper has 2 equally beautiful coldwater marine tanks, one with predatory anemones and the other is a coldwater reef tank, amazing that you can get so much colour at 55 degrees Fahrenheit in both invertebrate and fish.
Here is a photo of both setups next to one another:
Posted: Dec 8 2009, 03:23 AM
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Member No.: 5,231
Joined: 5-April 09
Posted: Dec 8 2009, 03:08 PM
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Robyn, Former Analytical Chemist, Zone 6/7, Maryland
Servant to 4 cats, 2 rabbits, 3 guinea pigs, 3 chickens, 1 redbellied turtle, 3 freshwater aquariums (65, 50, & 20 gallons), 2 saltwater aquariums (6 and 12 gallon nano cube reefs), 7 outdoor ponds (1800, 153, 50, 30, 20, 20, & 12 gallons), 1 indoor pond (50 gallons, winter only), crickets, mealworms, six-spotted roaches, and hundreds of fish (of about 18+ species), amphibians, snails, shrimp, corals, crabs, worms, and so on in those aquariums and ponds. A mostly full list of my current animals is at http://www.fishpondinfo.com/animals/animallist.htm