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Added the clowns to finish the cycleI would have loved to but I have limited space. A larger tank would have been a harder sell to the Mrs. but who knows what the future holds. I previously had multiple tanks over 14 years. I got a hitchhiker that I couldn’t get anyone to ID. It grew faster than I could remove it and it choked out my corals and looked awful. I intended to get back in but life happens, kids were young.Great that you are back into the hobby. Do you feel the 32 is big enough? I know having a larger tank means a lot more commitment but can rewarding. When are you going to add fish? Tell us more!
In October I got back into this hobby and what a fun ride it has been! This is my set up the day I added my sand and live rock. The rock came from a friend’s sump that he had in his dental office. He owed me, as years ago I would frag my LPS, when they got to big and would give them to him.
This is the birdnest today as compared to when I first got it. The growth is kinda shocking. I’ll have to do some fragging by the end of the year. CheersThose stock LED's can take you a long way. I have seen some success with the BC lights with birdsnest in the past in other builds, ill be interested to see how this one grows in your reef.
Geez, i guess that answers the question on whether the Birdsnest would be happy up there. Looking good, gotta love the sunrise/sunset lights for photos!Thought I would do another before and after. The first one is this morning and the second is water was first added.
Kinda what i was picturing what my tank would look like in 10 months when I was staring at my tank with just rock and water. It’s such a fun ride.Geez, i guess that answers the question on whether the Birdsnest would be happy up there. Looking good, gotta love the sunrise/sunset lights for photos!