DTC512 Posted November 16, 2021 Share Posted November 16, 2021 (edited) Just like the title says, i've decided to experiment with some saltwater (first time venturing into the realm, but I do keep a 30g brackish tank). Anyway, I setup a 10 gallon cube, filtered by a sponge and a mangrove. There's a heater, live rock, and the substrate= various densities of crushed coral + live sand. The setup houses one saddleback clown (just his grow-out, don't worry, he will be moved to a larger setup as he matures), an emerald crab, and a candy-cane shrimp, + two bubble-tip anemones, species unknown to me, but they're a light-neon-green color (see attached pic.) Everything is housed under a Fluval Marine light. Water changes occur once a week with RO sea water, which is supplemented with Fritz. All has been up and running for a bit over a month, and all seems well. So, the reason I'm posting: I have to ask... Have any of you had similar success with such a low-tech saltwater set-up? Mine seems pretty perfect at the moment (hope I didn't jinx it.) If so, any advice/tips would be much appreciated on how to maintain this tank's longevity. I truly love it, and can't really foresee any problems with it thus far... best, DTC Edited November 16, 2021 by DTC512 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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