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Old 12-20-2012, 10:24 AM   #1
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Hardy fish and corals for beginner Biocube29g

Okay so after cycling my tank for just less thank 3weeks and testing it twice and everything shows good to start, I then finally bought my 1st 2 fish which were clown fish 5days ago. At 1st they seems distant and constantly hiding under the rock but now they are playful as ever and so I am thinking is this a good time now to put some coral and invertebrates? If so which will you recommend? I also want to ask how to make sure if the water your putting in your tank has the same ph level as the one in the tank? I am using my left over ready mixed real ocean water i purchased in my LFS for now but I want to know and learn how to mix salt water myself to save thanks!
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:31 AM   #2
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http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/a...cfm?c=597+2856

http://saltwater.aquaticcommunity.co...-and-palythoa/

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=2624

Here's a few good reads.

I like clown fish, fire fish, cardinals. Those are some good hardy fish.

Corals. Leathers, zoas, Xenia and a variety of mushrooms.

You have the BC29 is it the HQI or the compacts? You can only do so many under stock compacts.

Hope this helps.
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Beginner Corals: Corals Suitable for Beginners in Saltwater Aquariums

Good Corals for Beginners: Zoanthid and Palythoa | Saltwater Aquarium

Popular Saltwater Fish: Top 5 Saltwater Fish for Beginners

Here's a few good reads.

I like clown fish, fire fish, cardinals. Those are some good hardy fish.

Corals. Leathers, zoas, Xenia and a variety of mushrooms.

You have the BC29 is it the HQI or the compacts? You can only do so many under stock compacts.

Hope this helps.
I have the coralife BC pc/led 29g. My clown fish really doing good thanks for the link.
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