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Welcome to reef2reef! What do ya plan on adding to the tank for your own little piece of the ocean?
That’s what I’m considering now. This happened kind of fast. Hoping the Lfs still has the small bristletooth tangs in. Probably 2 small clowns maybe with a BTA. Definitely a wrasse though not sure which yet.
 

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That’s what I’m considering now. This happened kind of fast. Hoping the Lfs still has the small bristletooth tangs in. Probably 2 small clowns maybe with a BTA. Definitely a wrasse though not sure which yet.
Are you gonna rescape it or leave it as is?
 
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Hi everyone. I’ve been lurking and researching for months with a few comments thrown in here and there. It’s time for me to finally introduce myself and get things started here. I’m picking up the attached tank on Saturday and I’m getting excited. Found it for I think a pretty good price. It’s 65 gallons, 24x24x32 with the sump a total of 80 gallons. It comes with the skimmer, lights, live rock, stand, heater and pump. Pretty much everything I need. Even a goby and cardinal. I’m sure I’ll change things up as I go. I have a couple bags of oceans direct sand on the way too. No major plans for corals yet. Just a mix I’ll add as I find ones that interest me. I’ll update after I get it and have it setup. It’s a good size for me since I don’t want too large of a tank before I move back to Florida in the next few years.

This will be my first full saltwater tank. I have lots of experience on the freshwater side, keeping and breeding fish. I’ve also kept a brackish tank with green spotted puffers with some hitchhiking guppies. It actually worked out really great with the guppies cleaning up after the messy eating puffers.

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Looking forward to hearing about your successes!
 
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Here are some resources you may like

If you like to read

If you prefer video’s. This video series is “5 minute guide”, good info. BRS TV has lots of different series.

Here’s a getting the most out of Reef2Reef link
 
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  • Lopdsided Soft Corals

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