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BlennyBabe

Rachel
Joined
Oct 7, 2003
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Location
Gig Harbor Wa
Hello, I am helping my school set up a 300 gallon tank thats on display in the science building at central wash. u. we have spent all of our budget and have no money left for more fish. right now we have a school of chromis, a fridmani dottyback, six line, small sailfin tang, lawnmower blenny, one perc clown and two ocellaris. I am either looking for one or two larger fish or some small fish like grammas, gobies and wrasses.

There are also two 75 gallon tanks that are hooked up to the sump but are currently empty. I would like to set one up as a refugium/seagrass bed/lionfish tank and the other as a prop/frag tank to help promote the hobby.

Anything that could be donated would be great. Also if someone wants to donate money, we could probable set something up.

Thanks so much for your time.

feel free to email me at Blaisdellr@cwu.edu
 

piercho

Mackerel
Joined
Jul 1, 2003
Messages
80
Location
Bremerton WA
You are welcome to these goldstripe Premnas , but consider potential conflicts between them and other anemonefish in the tank. I also have a blue Mespilia globulus (tuxedo) urchin to give away. I have Sargassum sp and sand-associated Halimeda sp plants that I think are appropriate in a seagrass community. I also have soft and stony corals that you can have when you are ready. I have a transfer tank set up at this time, so I'd like to move the fish soon, if you want them. Give me a PM.
 

BlennyBabe

Rachel
Joined
Oct 7, 2003
Messages
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Location
Gig Harbor Wa
So far things are looking great. There are mostly softies and the fish we do have are settling in nicely. We have been changing about 60 gallons every two weeks or so. The tank looks really healthy. The coralline didnt die off durring the cycle so it looks like a mature tank already. Im going to bring some hard coral frags from my home tank after spring break. Ill try to get a picture soon.
 
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