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.5-1g starfish tank

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TheUnfocusedOne

so i have all these starfish in my tank that i dont want

but i dont really want to kill em

so i decided to give em to my sister

im planning on making a small .5-1g tank

im gonna through in a piece of live rock and some regular sand

im gonna get some kind of small hob filter, possibly the left over one from my picotope

lighting is gonna be something really small just to grow some algea on it for the starfish to eat

i might get a hermit or a snail for it too, just for kicks

anyone have any input on this to help me in this tiny tank expedition?

im not worry about the water quality, these guys survived my tank cycling, im sure theyll be fine

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kkyyllee

sounds like a very bad idea

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TheUnfocusedOne
sounds like a very bad idea

 

haha, thanks alot

any reason behind it or just cause it sounds stupid?

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outcold720

they'll run out of food in no time

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nanu-nanu

start a harlequin shrimp tank.

like a 2.5 gallon, or a 5 gallon.

the tank itself is really cheap!

they have em at petco or petsmart for like $8

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mushroom head

Yeah a harlequin shrimp aquarium would be awesome!

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kkyyllee
they'll run out of food in no time

amonia/nitritite/nitrate would become extremly high

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TheUnfocusedOne
they'll run out of food in no time

if i put a light on it would it grow algae fast enough to sustain them?

 

start a harlequin shrimp tank.

like a 2.5 gallon, or a 5 gallon.

the tank itself is really cheap!

they have em at petco or petsmart for like $8

please elaborate, are those the sweet guys that keeps the starfish pinned and slowly eat em?

 

amonia/nitritite/nitrate would become extremly high

do elaborate

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pheallox
:slap: BAD NEWBIE

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