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Old Yesterday, 08:14 AM   #41 (permalink)
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I don't trust myself to not screw up a salt water setup and they seem like a lot more time.

That Madagascar rainbow has me contemplating setting up a tank based around them though. I'm not going to lie.

IF I were to do a second tank right now it would be either based around those guys or Multies because they seem like a ton of fun to watch.
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Old Yesterday, 07:21 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Established salt tanks are way easier than fresh water. IMO. As they are an ecosystem. Just add salt every 6 months with a good water change and you are good. That is if you have a reef setup and a good wet dry filter system. I rarely touch mine other than to scrape algae off the glass. I even have an auto feeding system. So I can leave it when I travel. I do a good cleaning every 6 months as well. Typically when I do the water change.

Having fish that help clean are very helpful in salt water.
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