About Yourself:I dont know everything, but please feel free to ask questions. And I love to just talk about saltwater and how to better improve my tank. if any one sees better spots to put my coral let me know any thing to amke it lokk more real than what it already is
Fish Kept:Mated pair of ocellaris Clowns
1 Gold babded maroon clown
1 six line wrasse
1 clown goby
1 sailfin blenny
3 gray-bodied/yellow tailed damsels
Clean-up Crew of blue legged Hermits and Turbo Snails
Corals/Plants:50lbs Fiji Aqua Cultured Live Rock
Zoos-red, gree, blue, orange and "goliath"
Xenia-pom pom, long stem
2 minature carpet anemones
1 bubble tip anemone which has now split into another
About Yourself:Decided to try saltwater about 5 years ago, turned my 32 gal freshwater tank into salt, which turned out not to bad. Upgraded to a 90 gallon tank summer 2007, taking my time about it, lots of room to fill in it.. Just bought the canopy/light fixture, very expensive hobby... But when I'm able to sit back and enjoy it, the colors/site of it makes me feel good.
Advice:Start Slow... Read, Research, and Research again! Find a reliable source. Try not to reley to much on fish stores because (most, not all) only care about making money and will sell you things you don't need and over price for saltwater tank equipment.
Ask lots of questions on this site.
Please take your time! I have spent a lot of money on fish and half of them died because I did not let my tank cycle and mature properly (LACK OF KNOWLEDGE and PATIENCE.) Don't get discouraged and stay with it. This hobby can be very demanding; however, once you develop a system, it will get easier.
Description:February 2010 New tank set-up Gold Rim Tang, Scopas Tang, Clown, Coral beauty, Sand Sifter Star fish.
Rated #40: Saltwater Fish - Cryptocentrus Leptocephalus - Pink Spotted Watchman Goby Stocking In 14 Gallons Tank