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Old 02-12-2014, 10:02 AM   #1
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Hey everyone. New to the forum

Hey, I'm Brian and I have a passion for aquariums and fish just like most of you. I have been keeping freshwater aquariums for about 3 years now. I currently have a 20g long freshwater tank with a mixed bag of fish. I also have a 32g freshwater with a beautiful Koi Angelfish, rainbow shark, bleeding hearts and a rainbow Boesmani. Currently I started a 5 gallon nano saltwater tank. It's only been running for a day. Got the live rock and live sand in there, and have be testing my water regularly. I've read small saltwater tanks are tricky and everyone's being a real kill joy. I'm up for the challenge. I'm laid off for the winter so I have all the time in the world to get my SW tank up and running. My plan is to get inverts MAYBE a tiny fish. Anyone with polite recommendations for a newbie with marine aquariums is welcome. Thanks - Brian
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Hey, I'm Brian and I have a passion for aquariums and fish just like most of you. I have been keeping freshwater aquariums for about 3 years now. I currently have a 20g long freshwater tank with a mixed bag of fish. I also have a 32g freshwater with a beautiful Koi Angelfish, rainbow shark, bleeding hearts and a rainbow Boesmani. Currently I started a 5 gallon nano saltwater tank. It's only been running for a day. Got the live rock and live sand in there, and have be testing my water regularly. I've read small saltwater tanks are tricky and everyone's being a real kill joy. I'm up for the challenge. I'm laid off for the winter so I have all the time in the world to get my SW tank up and running. My plan is to get inverts MAYBE a tiny fish. Anyone with polite recommendations for a newbie with marine aquariums is welcome. Thanks - Brian
Hello, welcome to AA. We won't be a kill joy unless we know your doing something wrong. There are tons of saltwater people here with 30+ years experience so enjoy!
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