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Hey guys. I'm a new member to r2r. Currently have a biocube 29 that I paid $100 for, that came with 3 clowns, a tuxedo damsel, live rock and live sand. Also came with the stand a refractometer and assorted supplies. It came with no corals. That was a month ago... I've spent nearly $1,000 since then in upgrades... 1 AI prime HD led and mounting bracket ($260), 1 hydor koralia 425 powerhead, 1 hydor koralia 565 powerhead, 1 koralia hydor wavemaker controller (about $150 for all 3) a cobalt mj900 return pump $40 I've bought some GPS, 1 ricordea yuma, 1 ricordea floridea, 1 devil's hand, some nice green mushrooms that are kinda fuzzy, some purplish mushrooms, some pandora palys, and a red and blue speckled mushroom $100 for all (got some from a fellow enthusiast) yesterday I spent $487 at top shelf aquatics for the following corals 1 ice dragon favia, 1 rainbow acan, 1 warhawk zoa frag, 2 polyps of frozen apple zoas, 1 obscurial Lps [they call it that because nobody has seen anything like it and can't identify it, some my clementine zoa polyps, a color combo zoa with a few polyps 1 black widow blasto, 4 or 5 polyps of king mids zoas... I think that's about it. I've owned a biocube years back before and knew that I had to get back into the hobby when I found the sweet deal on my biocube. I'm not a beginner but I would say I'm a novice. I've got a little knowledge but will he looking for some tips... I'm going to post a picture of my tank as is now (I haven't put the prime on yet as I just got it a few days ago and I'm actually leaving for a cruise to cozumel and Progresso in a couple hours)... and I'll post a few pictures of the wysiwyg corals I bought yesterday from Top shelf aquatics. A few of my favorites. I'll Also post again when I get the prime up and running. Thanks everyone in advance

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Hey guys. I'm a new member to r2r. Currently have a biocube 29 that I paid $100 for, that came with 3 clowns, a tuxedo damsel, live rock and live sand. Also came with the stand a refractometer and assorted supplies. It came with no corals. That was a month ago... I've spent nearly $1,000 since then in upgrades... 1 AI prime HD led and mounting bracket ($260), 1 hydor koralia 425 powerhead, 1 hydor koralia 565 powerhead, 1 koralia hydor wavemaker controller (about $150 for all 3) a cobalt mj900 return pump $40 I've bought some GPS, 1 ricordea yuma, 1 ricordea floridea, 1 devil's hand, some nice green mushrooms that are kinda fuzzy, some purplish mushrooms, some pandora palys, and a red and blue speckled mushroom $100 for all (got some from a fellow enthusiast) yesterday I spent $487 at top shelf aquatics for the following corals 1 ice dragon favia, 1 rainbow acan, 1 warhawk zoa frag, 2 polyps of frozen apple zoas, 1 obscurial Lps [they call it that because nobody has seen anything like it and can't identify it, some my clementine zoa polyps, a color combo zoa with a few polyps 1 black widow blasto, 4 or 5 polyps of king mids zoas... I think that's about it. I've owned a biocube years back before and knew that I had to get back into the hobby when I found the sweet deal on my biocube. I'm not a beginner but I would say I'm a novice. I've got a little knowledge but will he looking for some tips... I'm going to post a picture of my tank as is now (I haven't put the prime on yet as I just got it a few days ago and I'm actually leaving for a cruise to cozumel and Progresso in a couple hours)... and I'll post a few pictures of the wysiwyg corals I bought yesterday from Top shelf aquatics. A few of my favorites. I'll Also post again when I get the prime up and running. Thanks everyone in advance

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