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Hi everybody, i have just been thinking about a future project i would maybe like to try and would like some advice, the tank is 37 US gallons (140L), 80cm long, 45cm tall, 40cm deep. My plan would be to run an Oase Biomaster 250 Thermo. I would have a 1 inch thick sandbed and a decent amount of rock. I would like to have the tank full of Macro algae and Caulerpa species similar to @Tigahboy's tanks. Does anybody have any suggestions as to what fish to have in the tank, i would like to have camoflage or strange looking predatory fish like leafy scorpion fish. Would i be able to have a fuzzy dwarf lionfish in the tank if i rehome it to a 75 Gallon tank when it gets to big? any advice would be appreciated.
Hello! I just finished cutting apart a 29 gallon that I got for basically free, and am waiting on supplies to arrive for me to rebuild and repair it. This tank will become my macroalgae display, which is currently housed in a 10 gallon. I have a brand new Valentini Puffer who's basically QT'ing in that 10 gallon, and will be added to the 29. None of the rock will be added to the 29 (so medications shouldn't be an issue), but surprisingly enough, I think I have a healthy fish. I've seen no signs of internal parasites or otherwise, which is pretty great considering the luck I've had in the past! With that Valentini Puffer, I was wondering if I could get away with a dwarf angel. Maybe a Pygmy, or perhaps a Coral Beauty. I'd like to explore non-reef-safe options, as I won't be housing any coral in this tank, nor will I be adding any inverts that I want to keep. Anything that goes in there will probably be food. If not, an angel, does anyone have other suggestions?
Hi, I will be getting in a bunch of macros (scroll, ulva, flat blade gracilaria, pencil cap, mermaids fan, and I have already dragon’s breath) and I’d like to know if anyone has experience keeping a starry blenny in amongst any of these. I see blennys are a risk for eating display macros, but will he also munch on the calcified ones? I can can set up a separate tank as a disconnected fuge of sorts to house my macro and put clippings in to see if he will eat them, but any input or advice is accepted! Ideally I want to have the macros in the display (29gal biocube).