Originally Posted by ZacksFlowerhorn123
Allright i just typed a huge message just for my tablet to be stupid and start backspacing the whole dang thing! So this is going to be short.
The fish ive been looking at are; clownfish, firefish, butterflyfish, gobys, blennys, purple dottybacks, and a fromia starfish.
What combos could i have of the fish that i listed and any other suggestions are welcome.
NOW FOR THE CORALS!
i am getting the odyssea quad t5 96 watt fixture on monday. So what corals are good to start with that wont be really easy? I want a little chalenge(i work with my tanks an hour or more a day)(waterchanges will be done weekly) i would like to start with a lps
coral? Any suggestions?
oh and my tank is a 28 bow front , 24in long, 16in deep
I would say you could get a clown pair, fire-fish, and a goby! That is an awesome stock! I would be careful with the starfish, not all of them are coral safe Infact most are not.
, an easier one would be a frogspawn IMO
. I think they are full of color and detail. Don't forget you should be spot feeding these guys. If you master that, consider trying a torch (a little more temperamental to work with as it adds more variables). Allot of LpS
corals are aggressive and have long sweeper tenticals. Watch for this as it may grab other corals an sting them. I posted to pics of mine, first is a torch, second and third is my forgspawn.
Don't Shoot down softies yet. For example, the pulsating Xenia IMO
is one of the coolest corals out there! But some aquarist just can't keep them alive. These guys need a little nitrates to stay alive!
What kind of filtration are you running. Have any power heads?