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Photo Caption: Now half empty of water and being prepped for salt... any advice or encouragement would be appreciated by the way. It will be my first run. TIA!
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Now half empty of water and being prepped for salt... any advice or encouragement would be appreciated by the way. It will be my first run. TIA!
fish tank picture - This is the start of my reef tank! Just done today. Any pointers would be great. Have two air stones to help dissolve the salt.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Former freshwater 55 going salt FOWLR; profile picture is pre-decision to change/upgrade it to salt:)
Advice: RESEARCH; Don't be in a hurry and enjoy the ride and learning curve. Advice for the webmaster -- please make sign up forms 'tabbable' :)
Fish Kept: Cichlid and Angels right now (other tanks) -- moving to FOWLR -- and eventually a REEF I hope:)
Corals/Plants: NA (for now)
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Surviving is NOT Living
About Yourself: IT Professional; had freshwater tanks for about 3 years now -- I have no idea how I ended up with 3 tanks... I just do that sometimes (run with things)! Fun though. Looking forward to the FOWLR/REEF adventure!

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