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Old 05-31-2006, 07:50 AM   #11
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Gonna have MTS (multiple tank syndrome ) from the start, eh?

What part of the country you hailing from anyway? Maybe someone in your area might be able to give a hand.

Anyway, you got some time to do some thinking and planning. That's a good thing.

Good luck.

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Old 05-31-2006, 09:14 AM   #12
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liveaquaria.com’s nano fish section would be a good start trying to stick with 3-6 of these smaller fish depending on size and trying to stick to a total adult length of 6”-8” for the start and once your tank matures (6+ months) consider adding one or two more smaller fish.

Is your 33 gal tank going to be “reef ready” meaning it has built in overflows? If you haven’t bought it already I would highly consider one with built in overflows which would make adding a sump much easier.

Especially since you’re in a wheelchair and access to the tank will be limited. You could do all your pwc from the sump below the tank and with a good clean up crew (hermits/snails/shrimp) your in-tank maintenance would be minimal.

Since you’re new to keeping a SW tank then checkout my ”Stock list and tips for maintaining your SW tank” post that has all the equipment listed that you will need and maintenance tips to help you enjoy your SW tank. It’s a long read but will help answer all the basic questions.

More helpful info:

If looking for cheap live rock checkout intmarinefish.com which has lr for as little as $3-$4 per lb shipped.

Couple of more places with quality lr:

For base rock checkout www.hirocks.com

Great post on feeding requirements of SW fish.

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Old 05-31-2006, 10:57 AM   #13
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Thanks again yall, I'm from burrrrr chilly Fairbanks Alaska. Moved up here 3 years ago, ready to move to WARMER climate, 3 months of summer stinks.

Let me add, yall been really great with the help and all, thats why I'm glad I found this place

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