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Hello, I am a newbie to the hobby of saltwater aquarium keeping, but I do have experience with freshwater aquariums even though I know the two are very different. I recently bought a 15 gallon aqueon column tank which is going to be a reef aquarium with corals, live rock, and fish. I have the live sand and dry rock and I spiked the ammonia around 2 weeks ago with raw shrimp (very smelly and I don't ever recommend). I am leaving for a 2 week vacation in 4 weeks so I'm hoping by the time I come back the take will be ready for fish. I am hoping to get 2 clownish for this setup but please let me know what you think about that. Also i will be adding my clean up crew before I leave for vacation. I have an aquaclear 50 HOB filter, a 50 watt heater, and 240gph power head. Once I start with the corals in a couple of months (I want to take this slow as I know patience is key). I am using rodi water with instant ocean sea salt. I would like to know your thoughts on my livestock plans, my equipment in general, lighting recommendations for the corals (I am looking for a low budget option that will allow me to keep the aquarium hood on as I believe it helps with the evaporaton. Any advise helps as I am a newbie and this is my first tank ever. Thanks!
Selling my Aqueon 15 Gallon Column Tank and its stand. Its the LED version, not the fluorescent.Retail value of $197.30, selling for $160.Includes Aqueon LED pro 10 filter. Great condition, used it for a month and then decided I wanted something bigger. Smoke free home. Never used copper or any medicines. Wire and flip-switch for light are perfect, never bitten or anything. Light is in great condition, very bright. One of them tends to come off, but you can just click it back on. It came like that.If the picture looks wonky, it's just because I'm not great at panoramas. It's not crooked or anything, it's completely straight.Feel free to contact me with any questions.
I added a Royal Gramma about a week ago to my 15 gallon tank. The tank has been up since October '17 and the other fish are two Oc. Clowns. The Gramma has been active and not hiding too much, but he does have a few spots he really likes. He has not eaten that much but I often see him picking at the rock and glass (I assume eating pods). My tank does not have that large of a pod population and I was wondering if it would be a good idea to seed the tank. I have about 20-22 lbs of LR, but no refugium or sump, just a pretty basic setup. I want to eventually wane the fish to pellets since I have to leave the tank on a vacation feeder semi-regularly as a college student. He has been eating frozen krill.