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saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - i am new at saltwater tanks and any advice is appreciated. thanks.

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: i am new at saltwater tanks and any advice is appreciated. thanks.
Quote: The squeaky wheel gets the Grease

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As everyone has said,Live rock will make it better!!!Your smart for taking it slow!!Best of luck!!Nice job.. fish avatar
nice job more rock work would look nice =P fish avatar
It looks good so far, but addig more cured live rock will make the tank look good and run much better. fish avatar
What you're doing is fine....the slower you go with a Salt Water Tank....THE BETTER. Get your live-rock set up way you want it....and get the product Purple-Up, this will help with the growth of your live-rock fish avatar

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