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So If had my tank for about 2 and a half months and everything I have added has been doing great, even the sps that snuck its way in on the rock one of my leathers was on. I have already dosed my tank with trigger pods twice; once a month, just because I think there beneficial, but the first time the "boss of the house" saw a mandarin dragnet she said that I need that (she's already let me have 4 tanks, and she's never liked a fish so much, besides my wrasse) I have a 45 cube (24x24x18ish) with a 10 gallon sump, but I don't have a fuge. I do see quite healthy ones at my LFS, and I would have it with a Lubbock's fairy wrasse, and a clown goby, and possibly down the line a clownfish pair. Im pretty sure none of these fish would compete for the pods? Im willing to pay for the pods, and im pretty good at getting fish to eat prepared, I taught my freshwater puffer to eat pellets, and my freshwater pipefish too eat flakes (I know freshwater ughhh). Thoughts? I really like this fish and would love to have one in my reef. FYI its a mixed reef with a eshopps 120 and about 45 LBS of rock (maybe) Photos below (photos are from a month ago I got more corals now). Any opinions and experiences much appreciated! 😉
This is a 60litre tank purpose built DIY for use with the triton method. I will run this aquarium journal I will log weekly my successes and failures and water parameters. With weekly photos of this tank as it matures. The tank will be a mixed reef with ULM in mind.