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    That new new

    New to reef frontiers and new to the hobby!

    Been wanting to start a reef tank for years now but not until recently have I been able to.
    First tank is a 40 Breeder that is cycling as I write this! So much excitement!

    Any way, this is my hello post, glad to be here and looking forward to the journey.
    Baby reefer in this wide ocean of a hobby
    40 breeder mixed reef

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillaCam View Post
    New to reef frontiers and new to the hobby!

    Been wanting to start a reef tank for years now but not until recently have I been able to.
    First tank is a 40 Breeder that is cycling as I write this! So much excitement!

    Any way, this is my hello post, glad to be here and looking forward to the journey.
    Hey KillaCam,

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations with new hobby
    What fish do you plan to have?

    Zhenya

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    Quote Originally Posted by SantaMonicaHelp View Post
    Hey KillaCam,

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations with new hobby
    What fish do you plan to have?

    Zhenya

    The only fish that I have set are two ocellaris clownfish. The rest of the stock list is yet to be determined. As far as everything else is concerned. I'd like to have a clean up crew of snails and crabs (more cuz I like the "small ecosystem" feel and all the little life running around). Also, for coral I'll go mainly soft and LPS with some SPS once I'm a little more seasoned. I want the tank to look like a piece of nature more then a box of animals I like

    So any direction, advice or info on what to get would be awesome
    Baby reefer in this wide ocean of a hobby
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    Welcome!

    A 40b is a great tank to start out. Are you running a sump? Plans for lighting, etc?
    david

    Current tank(s): Oceanic 58 with a 29g sump, Eheim 9g nano

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainydave View Post
    Welcome!

    A 40b is a great tank to start out. Are you running a sump? Plans for lighting, etc?

    I am running a sump that I built from old aquarium glass. Wanted as big a sump as I could get but the standard 29 gallon didn't fit. So I tore it apart and cut the glass to make a good sized sump that could fit I plan on running macro in the rather large middle chamber.
    As far as lighting goes I haven't purchased anything yet. Thought about going with an SB reef light.
    Baby reefer in this wide ocean of a hobby
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