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Corals for brand new tank!

businessmanlovesreef

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Hey everyone! So just gonna make this short and simple, my tank has been doing good currently, its been running for about 3 weeks, a bit more and it has 6 tester clown fish which have done great so have added a shrimp and two smaller fish. I have a red sea 350 and it has been boosted with bacteria using dr tims. I will finally start running my lights tomorrow and want to get ready for some soft basic corals, when do you guys think its time to add? Btw my refugium currently holds 20+ years bio balls if that makes any what of a difference.

Thanks reef family!
Chanda
 

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Basics are leather, toadstool, xenia, candy cane and small hammer
 

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