Marine nooby!

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  1. JuzzyPee

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    hello everyone!
    Ive had fresh water fish since my school days,the only thing that was keeping me from starting a marine was fear because of the small margins of error.
    But ive decided im finally ready to tackle a reef tank!
    As soon as i figure out how to post pictures i will do so!
     
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    At the bottom of the screen where it says quick reply there is an option that says manage attachments. Click on that and upload pics from there.
    You could also use photobucket.
     
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    Here a small update 4 months later.
    Been the best four months ever,done some silly things like
    putting unwashed play sand in my newly filled tank,bought
    clarkii clowns(so agressive!!hell!!)super glued zoas the wrong
    way round on my rocks etc.
    but im happy with the way it is now,going to put a halt on
    coral purchases for now im going to let the tank mature for about
    6 months.
    Special mention to @chops for frags and advice

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    Looks healthy and nice, post some pics of the tank, filtration, lights etc.
     
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    Sure will do,tank looks abit like frankestein on the outside with all
    the wires hanging outside,but its the inside that counts right?:m03:
     
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    looking good
     
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    Great Stuff.
     
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    Time for an update,as you can see im sorting an algae issue...
     
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    Starting to like the algae on the back though...

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    Guys i have a yellow Watchmans Goby that i would love to get a companion,now the thing is ive read that they have to be opposite sex to get along,is there anyway for me to sex the one in my tank?
     
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    On some of the gobies, the male top fin is larger, or have a few more defined spikes in them. Best is to check out a few gobies together at the LFS to be able to notice the difference. Males tend to be lightly larger as well.
     
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