I actually would like to pick up some Acros for my tank. Right now I dont have any at all. I really like them, but my other half isnt a huge fan of them. I had heard they can be harder to grow. I have a LITTLE bit of everything started and wild zoas everywhere. lol. We bought a used tank from a guy that had been up and running for about 2 years, and there was all kinds of coral in it. So occasionally a new zoa will will appear randomly. We have had it for about a week and we are trying to learn as MUCH as possible as FAST as possible lol.Hey Audikers lmk if you are looking for decent priced nice acros. Between myself and a friend we can get you going. I am in Largo and so is my buddy Emmett of HP Corals.
Welcome to Reef Keeping. The first thing to learn is patience. The only thing that happens fast in this hobby is death. I don't mean to be a downer I just try to help by stating the truth as I know it.
If your tank was moved just a week ago it is not likely ready for sps yet. You could get lucky but its not worth the gamble in my opinion.
When your other half gets an eye on a few nice sps tanks he may just change his mind.
eBay :reef addictedI'm from Lakeland! I didn't know about Reef Addicted on Drane field road! Is it open to the public? Y'all just gave me hope that Lakeland may have an amazing place!