have been in hobby for 15 yrs with a 220 saltwater reef tank... i will be setting up a 75... i will post all equipment when complete
you have to be patient...it is not a sprint..you can try differant things.every fish and every coral is a learning experance.
naso tang,2 marron clowns, hippo tang, yellow tang, 3 damsels, african pygmy angel,3 engineer goby,half black angel, powder blue tang,blue starfish, 3 emrald crabs 4 turbo snails 10 electric blue leg hermit crabs.
mushrooms,amenomie,100lb live rock 80lbs sand,frog spawn, 3 various polyps, 4 different leather corals.colt coral, torch coral
life is 20% of situations you are confronted with and 80% of how you handle them.
i have always been into the ocean and salt water fish as well as the reef.. it is another world ..iam in the banking industry and there is nothing better than comming home and sitting in front of my tank.
When you see signs of stress in your fish, you can then take steps to identify the source of that stress and then to resolve it before it becomes a major issue.
If you're looking for a unique way to stock your new tank, give freshwater shrimp a try.
If your fish is suffering, you may want to consider euthanasia as an option to humanely end his pain.