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- Feb 9, 2020
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Thanks for the suggestion and for following!I'm too much of a noob to have anything worth suggesting, what with my experience limited to a 10 gallon softie nano. But I relate to the lack of build thread response and I love seeing bigger reefs so I'm following!
Ok, one contribution: Have you thought about neon green sinularia for softies around the arch/cove? It's one of my favorites, it's done really well for me so far and it moves really nicely with the current.
Thanks for the tips and kind words!Wow that's a lot of tanks in one build thread! I'm a little late to the game but have a few comments. I'd consider lowering your aquascape a bit in the 65g. If your going for a tank full of sticks you probably don't want the rock going more than half the height of the tank. You might find them growing right out of the water with little room to grow in on that aquascape. Maybe remove the top layer of rock. Also, make sure that scape has some depth to it so you have lots of room to mount and space out frags.
I really love the rock work you did on your 125, that tank is going to look awesome when you fill it up!
What made you decided to go with all blue t5 with your new set up?
The 75 gal mixed and 65gal SPS are in the same room, and the 125 is in the basement.That is cool. Do you have all of those tanks in one room? And you’re starting them all at the same time? That’s a lot to take on all at once.