My Red Sea Reefer 250

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My new reefer, circulating water and my 1st sump, bit cloudy at minute cos I put a powerhead in and it stirred the sand up

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whats the plan for this tank? is it your first salty adventure?

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It is my first salty, starting off with fish and moving into corals eventually

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That scape will look wicked once it starts to grow out : ) just be carefull what you place where.. alot of the neewbie hardy corals can and will take over!
Good luck, enjoy the adventure and keep sharing pictures.

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My first fish, a molly from my freshwater tanks, acclimatised and just fed and its taken food

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Hooray,
Welcome and congrats on joining all of us in marine keeping ,
Good luck and we're all here to help along the way if you need it
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Looking good. I would also say don't be afraid of many corals - they are often much hardier than the fish!

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The latest inhabitant

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What equipment are you using or did you buy the tank with all the equipment all for one price? I’m thinking of this very same tank for my starter too

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Hi

Tank and equipment all bought separately, to be honest I wish I had been a little bit more patient and possibly bought second hand.

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