nckwrn Posted December 4, 2008 Share Posted December 4, 2008 Index: 1.Setup 2.Lighting Timer Problems 3. Live Rock Added 4. Metal Halides 5. Cleanup Crew 6. Balanced People Eater 7. Pearly Jawfish Anemone Ate Him 8. Brain Coral 9.Cardinals Added 10.Carpet Anemone Added Removed Overview: I would like to thank everybody that has posted on NR it has helped so much and has given me the knowledge to do this. This will be my first ever Nano so I want to do it right. I currently have a 14 gallon brackish tank with Guppies and Mollies, Reef's are a whole other ball game. Here I am lots and lots of posts have been read, a few $100 spent (I think I need more money) and now my BioCube 29 is on it's way straight to my house. If I didn't find Nano-Reef I don't know what I would be doing. I wouldn't even know what a sump was! So hopefully I can achieve my goal of an efficient, sleek, and beautiful looking reef! My Reef: My love of fish tanks all started with a 14 Gallon AGA. It was my first fish tank ever, freshwater it was simple. I think I'm happy with my choice of starting a Mini-Reef, it will be fun and $$expensive$$! Equipment: -Oceanic Biocube 29 and Stand -Caribsea Carribean Sand -Red Sea Marine Salt -Koralia Nano Pump -Hydor FLO -Visi-Therm Stealth 100w -100ml Purigen -11oz Chemi-Pure Elite -Media Bag -14oz Filter Floss Pictures: Full Tank Shot Inside the Stand Closer Full Tank Shot Side View of Top Artistic Back Chamber Picture Actinics Led's Link to comment
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