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Old 02-18-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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Hi there,

New to this site and pretty much new with saltwater aquariums.
I have a 29 bio cube, given to me by a friend. It has been up and running for 5 years, but I have only had it for two months. I used to have a 14 bio cube with very little in it, but lots of algae. By joining the forum I hope to be able to get info to keep my tank healthy and happy keeping the algae away and enjoy it. I have a clown, scooter blenny, watchman goby and fire fish in it. There are some soft corals and a banded coral shrimp and tuxedo urchin. Lots to learn yet, so I'm exited to get started.
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Welcome to AA! You will find TONS of great info on this forum and lots of people eager and willing to offer advice. I look forward to seeing your build.
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