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MasRoberts9
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PostSubject: introduction   7/21/2009, 7:10 pm

HI Boxers, my name is Mason. I'm not really new to fish. Been keeping them for a few years and have been really active in researching various species as well as being invovled in fish communites. I am currently keeping just 4 tanks.

a 75 african tank (mix of from the tanganyika/malawi/victoria lakes),

a 55 heavily planted with a mix of african and south american dwarf cichlids, angels, sae's, plecos, various cats, and rainbow sharks,

a 20 long with convicts and bn pleco juvies

a 10 lightly planted with spanish dancer/half black guppies, bn pleco juvies, and emerald cory cats.

I'm trying to buy a house here real soon... once that happens... MTS may be free to set in again. i will begin with building the backyard into a fully gardened paradise housing 3 ponds connected by a stream totalling 3000-4000 gallons. Then i will upgrade each of my current tanks in size. Then i may try my hand at saltwater.


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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/21/2009, 7:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/21/2009, 8:09 pm

Welcome brother.

If anyone needs some info Mason is a good person to ask
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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/21/2009, 9:42 pm

welcome mason, so glad to have u!!!!!! :D
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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/22/2009, 12:22 am

whats happenin yall. i know all of you!
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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/22/2009, 3:21 pm

Welcome!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: introduction   7/22/2009, 10:20 pm

WATS UP MASON
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PostSubject: Re: introduction   9/6/2009, 1:47 am

wadup MAson, that is a sick plan with the ponds connecting! im mad i dont own a home so i cant do that lol ill be sure to ask you some stuff if I go FW im all salt now and am suffering from MTS terrily badly...i need more but i cant get any in my current residence and its KILLING ME..AGGGHHHHhh my landlord's a hater!! lol
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