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Starting 10Gal SW (pics)
Hey everyone iv started my 10 gallon SW and here are pics of what it looks like. I am currently waiting for some more money so i can buy the live rock. I ended up returning a light i previously purchased which was to small for the tank so i returned it and ended with a perfect size for my tank but still wouldnt fit right so i bought legs for it and i actually like it better above the water like it is rather then sitting almost on top of the water.
Here are the pics.
Looks good, what do you plan on putting in there besides live rock?
Looks great. :D :D
Have your salinity levels stabilized yet?
i dont know yet hopefully maybe someone can give me a list of corals that are willing to be suitbale for my size.....fish wise i dont know yet really to soon to have an idea.....what kind of SW fish gor in a 10gal?
Nope not yet......it keeps saying more salt but i dont want to over do it.....what should i do?
OT, Here is a list of nano-reef safe corals. In your tank, depending on the lighting you'll be getting, you may only be able to keep some softies:
Green Star Polyps (GSP)
Pom Pom Xenia
Your cuc will consist of various snails/crabs. I recommend some Astreas, Nasarrius, hermits.
The following is a list of potential inmates who can live inside smaller tanks, ranging from miniature pico-reefs to 10gs :
-Blue Neon Goby
-Catalina Goby [cold water]
-Panda (Clown) Goby
-Yellow Neon Goby
-Green Banded Goby (added by c'est ma)
-Green Chromis Damsel
-Yellowtail blue Damsel
-Tailspot Blenny (added by Steelhealr)
-Yellowtail Fang Blenny (V)
-Three Spot Damsel
-Three Stripe Damsel
-Helfrich’s Firefish ($!)
-Purple Firefish Goby
-Fridmani (Orchid) Pseudochromis
-Scooter Blenny [with caution, not for beginners]
-Red Scooter Blenny [with caution, not for beginners]
-Blackray Shrimp Goby
-Orange Stripe Goby
-Randall’s Shrimp Goby
-Yasha Hasha Goby
-Wheeler’s Shrimp Goby
-Yellow Watchman Goby
-Pearly (Yellowhead) Jawfish
Good luck. :D
Wow thats a huge list lol. I can't wait to see your results with the 10g.
Most salt mixes recommend about a half cup per gallon. So that would be 5 cups. I've found with my mix that I need 6 cups for 1.026 in 10g. Hope that helps sort out your SPG.
i have a question: are blue tuxedo urchins easy to find?? and how big do they get?
can anyone list a few websites or where i can look up corals and species
like websites that list thsoe with specifications and such
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