Hi everyone. Thanks so much for doing what you guys do and bringing this community together. My husband and I have gotten into reef tanks and love the support and advice offered here. I've had marine and reef tanks in the past but it's been 20 years or so. I consider myself a recycled reef virgin as so much has changed over the years. We started semi small. We have 2 29 gallon tanks. One has a pink-tipped and a purple-tipped condy, a green black, an ocellarus clown and a black photon clown, 2 snall pencil urchins and some astreae snails and hermit crabs. The other one has a lemon damsel, a firefish, a recorded mushroom, a red ball sponge, 2 purple gorgonias, a neon green sinularia, and a pom pom xenia. Both are running the Fluval 50, with a Fluval Sea protien skimmer and Phlizon 165 watt adjustable full spectrum LED lights.
Thanks so much for the info and the welcome.Welcome! Glad you joined. This is a great hobby for couples - we share me tank too!
Have you considered starting your build thread? I found its a great place to document my tank's evolution for myself. I started tank first then joined, so I'm still finding myself going back collecting pictures & updating historically as well as current state. Once you create your first post in your thread and link it to your account, they will give you build badge (look left, under my ID). You might even consider one thread for each tank, though you'll only get one badge.
This might help you find people local to you in Enterprise:
Looking for some locals to share frags and info with? This is the place! Find a local club that meets in your area! If you want to add your club just contact us.www.reef2reef.com
This is a good reference book type online article I still review:
This article was sponsored by @MarineDepot at www.marinedepot.com. Introduction The marine environment is one of the most complex systems on the planet. The aquarium you are about to set up is only a tiny sliver of the vast ocean, but it is no...www.reef2reef.com