I have always wanted to start a saltwater aquarium, after I started my first freshwater aquarium a little over a year ago. I was surfing craigslist for any good deals on tanks and spotted a full set-up 75 gallon saltwater aquarium, with all of the fish, corals, live rock, etc. included. I have a birthday coming up and its at a decent price and was thinking maybe I could wade into the salty end of fish-keeping. I had a few questions about the fish in the tank I wanted to ask first.
So what comes with the purchase is:
1 tomato clown
2 nemo clowns
1 blue spotted puffer
1 striped sweetlips
1 naso tang
2 dominoe clowns
50-60lbs of live rock
100lbs live crushed coral
2 power heads
1 aqua clear70 hang on filter
1 fluval 305 cannister filter
1 75g tank
1 75g tank stand
1 4feet led
reef slim light
1 hang on protein skimmer
also any fish food and supplies I have
How are these fish compatibility wise?
Are any of them to complicated to take care of for a dedicated newbie?
Too much, too little live rock for a 75 gallon?
Will the naso tang and sweetlips grow too big for a 75?
Is it overstocked understocked/ could I still fit a small, maybe a Picasso trigger in?
Is transport of all these items/ animals safely possible in the winter, after about a half an hour to fourty-five minute drive?
Obviously I will find out in much more detail about the tank, make sure all of the fish are healthy and do a lot of research on my own, but if you guys have any answers to those questions, I would much appreciate it.