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  1. malan seun

    malan seun

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    hi all im a new laaitie to the forum and new to marines.
    i had a malawi set up for 5 years and had to change my setup for something new
    REEF KEEPING eish '' jou lekke ding'' and hope to learn lots more from your guys thanks anties, toppies en blazas
     
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    belindamotion Google Master

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    :welcometomasa2:to MASA...:1: You got a Tank in mind...? Bought one already...? Give some more info and we will help steer you in the right direction, whether it be building your own or if it's Info that you need...:1:
     
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    Welcome to MASA.:1:

    You have come to the right place to learn about reef keeping.
    Any plans?
     
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    malan seun Thread Starter

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    thanks for the welcome guys.
    yes i do have one but not sure which way to go
    coral only or fish only maybe both.
    My system is a 900x500x450 tank with sump
    reeftek ts1 skimmer, DSB and has been cycling for 3 months
    as for the clean up crew they will be added tomorow.
    Any ideas on what to add first ???
     
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    Singularity Hmmm amper!

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    masahello
     
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    Thats a hard question to answer it depends on what you like and want to keep.
    Maybe a few snails, like nassarius and turbos.
    A few hermits.
     
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    Tobes Retired Moderator

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    Welcome to MASA laaitie :p - hope you learn lots here. Some reading for you below ;)
     
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    BTW, wie's jou "toppie" :tt2:
     
  10. malan seun

    malan seun Thread Starter

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    Lol eish tobes sorry man !!!!
    Mc I had hermits in mind but what is nassarius?
    And can I add any corals if so which ones
     
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    Welcome to masa. You can start with softies, as they are a very easy coral to keep, Like mushrooms zoas, paly's, etc. best of luck!!!!
     
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    Here is a bit of Info on different CUC...
    Your First Marine Invertebrates - Choosing a Clean up crew - CUC - Marine Aquariums of South Africa
    And some easy Corals to start and then some that require a bit more..
    Easy Soft Corals For Your Reef Tank - Marine Aquariums of South Africa
    Your First Hard Corals: LPS Hard Corals - Marine Aquariums of South Africa

    Here is a larger List of CUC...bareing in mind it's more of an Info Guide...
    Easy Buy Bundles - Build Your Own Reef Cleaner Package
     
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