Flea

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  1. Well I've had my 2 Firefish gobies for a while now in my 29g tank and I haven't had any problems with them being aggressive towards each other. They just swim in the middle of the tank and hide at night.
  2. Ok I have a 29 gallon tank and I bought the T-5 lights for it. It's (4) 24W bulbs...(2) 10000k and (2) actinic. I love it in my tank. It's as bright as MH with less heat. But I haven't seen a lot of ppl using it or even talking about it. Is there something I don't know about it?
  3. If not you can always buy a bristleworm trap...it's works great and I don't have any in my tank at all. Just set the trap at night and the next morning you'll have the worm in it.
  4. Cool...exactly what are they good for? and what kind of pods are they?
  5. Well I have 3 of the Blood Fire shrimp...and they are AWESOME!! I originally bought 2 b/c I read they they are better kept in pairs, but the LFS I go to sells it for $15-$20 depending on how many he gets, so I had to get another one. They're really hardy too.
  6. Hi I'm pretty new to the Nano-reef scene. I've had my tank for about 4months now and I have a question...I was looking at my tank the other night, and I saw white specks on my glass. My first assumption was that it was just specks of sand on the glass. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that the "specks" were moving. I can't really describe them, just that they look like specks of sand, reallly small, white color, that's barely visible. Is this a good thing or should I start scraping them off the glass?? Tank Specs: 29 gallon Equipment: - CPR bakpak skimmer - T-5 lighting - Eheim 250 Filter - 60 lbs of live sand - 40 lbs of live rock Livestock: - Elegant Coral - Button Polyps - Pagoda - Blue-Green Mushrooms - Star Polyps (very small fragment) - (2) Fire Shrimp - (2) Emerald Crab - (15) Turbo Snails