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    Quote Originally Posted by jrawebb83 View Post
    Here's a link I found for those that are new to saltwater.
    Cool link! Thanks!





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    Out of curiosity, are there any cool looking shrimp that may be good for beginners? I really like watching shrimp because they are always doing something and have so many tiny moving parts. Anyways, thanks for the thread, it was very informative!
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    Great read; tons of useful information.



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    Great thread! But didnt it say FOWLR, why are there coral profiles in there?


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    Reread the title again Patrick.



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    Lol, sorry all that stuck out to me was FOWLR.


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    I'm going to have to disagree about condy's being good for beginners, no nem should be added until a tanks been up and running for several months and I know a few people who've lost seemingly healthy fish(clown goby, blennies, percula/oscelaris) to condy's. The only beginner friendly thing about them IMO is the sub $10 price.



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    coral beuaty dwarf anglefish

    Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallons
    Care Level: Easy
    Temperament: Semi-aggressive
    Reef Compatible: With Caution
    Water Conditions: 72-78 F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025
    Max. Size: 4"
    Color Form: Blue, Orange, Yellow
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    The CB is an easy fish but they can also be ich magnets. I don't like to QT dwarf angels but this one would be the exception. Beautiful fish to boot!
    SG = 1.024-6; Alkalinity 8.3-9.3 dKH; Calcium 420; Magnesium 1300; Temp = 76 to 80; pH = 7.9-8.3. Alkalinity and calcium are dependent on Mg.

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    I disagree on the royal gramma....I suppose they are hardy but they don't play very nice. Maybe I just ended up with a miserable one, I dunno...Everything I read said they were a great beginner fish, but from personal experience now I have found that is a steaming pile. Excellent guide, though!

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