Advice:Plan ahead and research what you want to put in your tank before you put in it. If you put coral plan on paying the price for good lighting...I have to upgrade to a HQI lighting system to add a clam in the future. Take your time and be patient.
Advice:Good things do not happen quickly in reef tanks. Only bad things.
Description:29 gallon reef tank. Have 4 power heads turning each turning over 150 gallons per hour. 130W Coralife power compact hood. Currently keeping damselfish, a sand-sifting sea star, blue-legged hermit crabs, brown disc anemones, 2 mushroom toadstool leathers, one finger leather, clove polyps, star polyps, zoanthids, pulsing xenias, and an open brain coral.
About Yourself:New to the hobby of Marine almost 2 years ago. Bought the tank for my girl on her birthday, now I am hooked (obsessed), but she still loves it too.
Fish Kept:Mated pair of true percula clowns, watchman goby, Diamond "Sand Sifter" Goby, 1 juvenile Yellow Tang (to be moved to bigger tank soon, Randall's Pistol shrimp (Alpheus randalli), and basic cleaners, incl. Astria and Nassarius snails, hermits.