Originally Posted by Caissss
I complete understand where you are coming from but I just got the beginners itch I suppose, Im not daft like I know not buy a lion or a angelfish that will get ridiculously too big really quick or harm any of my other fish. I just hate how limited I am to stock I can have, when I first brought my tank before I begun my research I thought it was quite a large one but now I realise it's actually really small
hard to upgrade now due to funds and space limitations and the hassle it causes!!!
I had a 125 g and sold it and bought a 75 g
Just for the space it would take up in my apartment .
I have made a similar mistake buying 3 different tangs .
1) orange shoulder
1) kole tang
And the 3rd is a powder blue .
A buddy of mine was closing down his tank for upgrades and asked if I wanted the powder blue .
They are my fav .
And for free I couldn't resist .
I wish I kept the 125
As of now I have .
1) sand sifting goby
1) yellow tailed damsel
1) kole tang
1) orange shoulder tang
1) powder blue tang
3 ) clown fish
1) cleaner wrasse
1) yellow wrasse
A 12" rittteri anemone
Mushroom corals ( a lot )
Zoas , palys , candy cane coral ,
Hammer coral , and a huge bubble coral .
I might be getting close to my stock limit ,
Parameters are all good .
I have another 30 lbs or rock to go in I'm just waiting for it to finish curing .