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    Posted: February 14 2015 at 1:20pm
Hi all,

My name is Up. I am a Ph.D. student in the economic department at the U. I am originally from Bangkok Thailand. 

I kept a lot of freshwater fish back there you name it Cichlid, Koi, Betta, Runchu, Planted tank...But well, This is my first saltwater tank. It is an 18 gallon cadlight. I bought it second hand from this site about a month ago.

Thanks,
Up

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Welcome UP! The tank is looking good!


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Pretty good job, for a grad student. Wink

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Hi up. Welcome to the club. I am a grad student up at the U as well. If you need some frozen brine shrimp or mysis I have a free tray for you as a welcome present to the club. Just let me know and I we can meet sometime. Your tank looks pretty good by the way
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Thank you 
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and Backwards32, I will contact you when this batch of frozen food is gone.

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I know what your user name meaning, อัปปรีย์
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Ohh, really?
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The sexy shrimp are awesome! One of the benefits of a small tank is you get to notice all the little things that get overlooked in a big tank.
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