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Welcome to R2R and the salty side of the hobby! Any thoughts yet on what you'd like to stock in your tank?
Great question. And the answer is of course YES. Like most people I think the variety and beauty of certain species is what brought me to pursuing this hobby in the first place.

Here is the list of things I'd really like to have, as well as a wish list of those things I would consider secondarily. Bear in mind I've only done moderate research on compatibility so feel free to weigh in on which of the species on the second list below aren't compatible with those on the first list (Triggers?). Also free free to make recommendations on other species I should look at based on these.

First Priority:
- Blue Hippo Tang
- Yellow Tang
- Clownfish
- Radiata Lionfish
- Green Mandarin
- Purple Tang
- Foxface
- Six Line Wrasse

- Fire Shrimp
- Maxima Clam
- Blue Linckia Star
- Gold Mystery Snail

- Bubble Tip Anemone
- Tubbs Zoanthid
- Toadstool
- Green Star Polyp
- Duncan

Wish List:
- Watanabei Angelfish
- Clown Triggerfish
- Niger Triggerfish
- Harlequin Tusk
- Cardinalfish

- Emerald Crab
- Babylon Snail

- Condy Anemone
- Xenia
- Torch Coral
- Hammer
- Frogspawn
 
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Great question. And the answer is of course YES. Like most people I think the variety and beauty of certain species is what brought me to pursuing this hobby in the first place.

Here is the list of things I'd really like to have, as well as a wish list of those things I would consider secondarily. Bear in mind I've only done moderate research on compatibility so feel free to weigh in on which of the species on the second list below aren't compatible with those on the first list (Triggers?). Also free free to make recommendations on other species I should look at based on these.

First Priority:
- Blue Hippo Tang
- Yellow Tang
- Clownfish
- Radiata Lionfish
- Green Mandarin
- Purple Tang
- Foxface
- Six Line Wrasse

- Fire Shrimp
- Maxima Clam
- Blue Linckia Star
- Gold Mystery Snail

- Bubble Tip Anemone
- Tubbs Zoanthid
- Toadstool
- Green Star Polyp
- Duncan

Wish List:
- Watanabei Angelfish
- Clown Triggerfish
- Niger Triggerfish
- Harlequin Tusk
- Cardinalfish

- Emerald Crab
- Babylon Snail

- Condy Anemone
- Xenia
- Torch Coral
- Hammer
- Frogspawn
Nice fish list. Be sure to have supplemental feeding plan for mandarin, as its a shame so many starve in aquariums. This is a good post, I've found blue pex for down tube, but on the hunt to replace with black so it 'fades' more into background:
 

WHAT DOES THE TERM "GOOD WATER QUALITY" MEAN TO YOU?

  • Your aquarium water is in acceptable ranges measured by consumer level water tests

    Votes: 42 42.4%
  • Your aquarium water is in acceptable ranges measured by ICP type testing

    Votes: 10 10.1%
  • Your aquarium water is good based on how your corals are growing and look

    Votes: 60 60.6%
  • Your aquarium water is good based on how little nuisance algae is growing

    Votes: 17 17.2%
  • Your aquarium water is good based on how it looks to you

    Votes: 14 14.1%
  • Other (please explain in the thread)

    Votes: 3 3.0%
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