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Blbrown06 03-18-2020 08:39 AM

New 75g
 
Hello o will be setting up a new 75g tank and I wanted to know what is a good starter for developing my reefs. Keep in mind will have some fish in it as well not just a reef tank. Thanks in advance

Sniperhank 03-18-2020 06:43 PM

Can you be more specific? That is a really broad question and hard to answer. We have some important articles in our articles section that can help you with things like cycling.

Blbrown06 03-18-2020 07:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Sniperhank (Post 3538242)
Can you be more specific? That is a really broad question and hard to answer. We have some important articles in our articles section that can help you with things like cycling.



Thanks I will look into the articles new to this app.

Blbrown06 03-18-2020 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Sniperhank (Post 3538242)
Can you be more specific? That is a really broad question and hard to answer. We have some important articles in our articles section that can help you with things like cycling.



My question is what are some good starter corals/ live rock for my tank. Thanks

Sniperhank 03-19-2020 07:11 PM

Live rock only means it has bacteria built up in it, which may or not still require a cycle. This is an expensive hobby. Save some cash and get macro or base rock and cycle the tank with a cocktail shrimp.
In terms of good starter corals, usually soft coral and zoanthids are easy starter due to their hardiness and lower light level requirements.

Blbrown06 03-19-2020 08:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Sniperhank (Post 3538296)
Live rock only means it has bacteria built up in it, which may or not still require a cycle. This is an expensive hobby. Save some cash and get macro or base rock and cycle the tank with a cocktail shrimp.
In terms of good starter corals, usually soft coral and zoanthids are easy starter due to their hardiness and lower light level requirements.



Thanks for the info

Sniperhank 03-19-2020 08:26 PM

Check out liveaquaria.com. They are a great reference for the needs of the livestock we keep. Very accurate compared to other places that sell the same things.

melosu58 03-22-2020 08:19 PM

My experience is mushrooms and yellow polyps and bubble corals are the easiest.


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