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Old 04-27-2014, 06:39 PM   #1
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29 gal biocube newbie

I am finishing the cycling on my 29 gal. Eventually wanting a reef tank with easy coral like softies, zoanthids, and mushrooms. Can't decide on a variety of fish or damsels. I read that you should put damsels in all together at the same time to reduce fighting but I want to SLOWLY add things to not start another mini cycle. Maybe if I get 3 fish and make the last one a damsel maybe that would work. Not sure. Will start with a few inverts anyway. I got a Tunze 9002 skimmer that I haven't started yet, an inTank media basket for the back that will hold floss, purigen, and chemi pure elite. I think I'm going to need a chiller for June as we don't have an ac because of living in the NM mts. I did put too much sand in and will need to fix that at some point but not sure how to go about it. Forgive me if I don't use this website correctly, a little confusing.Click image for larger version

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Old 04-28-2014, 01:27 PM   #2
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Welcome to AA! Your tank looks great so far! I'm not familiar with saltwater, but I'm sure someone will pop in that is.
What part of NM are you at? I LOVE NM, especially the northern parts like Santa Fe and Taos.
Can't wait to see how your tank progresses! I love new setups!
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Thanks, I'm patiently looking forward to what it looks like this time next year. Getting older sure seems to help with the patience bit. Before I rushed things and had nothing but trouble. Going slow and doing my research. I live near Cloudcroft, NM. Love it here!
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