dwarf in 10 gallon

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I don't know, It doesn't include live rock, and the sand would have to be seaded. It also has no skimmer. You may also want to go with a bigger filter. Pretty much the only thing helpful there is the aquarium and hood. Obviously it's your choice, I'm just giving my input.
 
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If it were used as a freshwater tank I would fear the use of copper treatments in the past.

If you're going to get used stuff, I'd suggest getting it from a knowledgeable saltwater hobbyist.
 
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dreadhead;112051 said:
Not bad if you wanted to do African Cichlids.Not to mention you can always use that stuff.Would also depend on shipping and handling.

craigslist is a local sight for cities all over the US so there is almost never shipping and handling fees.....Just an FYI:wink:

Clyde- If it's an octopus that you want to put in the tank, then yeah, I would search for something that has a little more bang for the buck which will turn up eventually on craigslist
 
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L8 2 RISE;112055 said:
craigslist is a local sight for cities all over the US so there is almost never shipping and handling fees.....Just an FYI:wink:

Clyde- If it's an octopus that you want to put in the tank, then yeah, I would search for something that has a little more bang for the buck which will turn up eventually on craigslist

no shipping and handling???really:sagrin:
 
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clyde:);112064 said:
no shipping and handling???really:sagrin:

When you go onto craigslist, there should be a list of cities, what you do is click on the city nearest you so that all the items you see are posted by people in your area. Then, you email the person and tell them you want what they are selling, they tell you their address (the general area in which they live should be at the bottom of the ad), and you go pick up. No Shipping!!!!
 

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