Photo #1 - A Small Colony Of Orange Zoo's. Sorry For Th...

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 30g Tank, AquaClear 50, Generic Skimmer, 50# Ultra Premium LR, 40# of Aragonite, 1 - T12 Actinic Blue, 1 - 10K T12, 2 small aquarium bulbs for that water ripple effect (which works surprisingly well!)...more to come.
Advice: Research, research & more research! Learn from everyone else's advice and experience. Limejuice injections DIRECTLY INTO THE BASE of aiptasia anemones does work to get rid of them.
Fish Kept: Interesting hitchhiking Hawaiian Fireworm appeared from within one of my seed rocks.
Corals/Plants: One 30+ polyp colony of orange zoos.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: But I, being poor, have only my dreams; I have spread my dreams under your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams. (W.B. Yeats)
About Yourself: Have always wanted to start a tank. I thought it would be too hard. My wife then inspired me to start one, upon someone giving us a tank. I met a guy from a local shop who quickly debunked some saltwater tank myths. Now I've got the fever. My future plans are to have a very large in wall tank. More to come soon...

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