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Jumping back in with another nano
After my last nano tank lasted for a year and a half, with 0 water changes and exceptional beauty and diversity. I have decided to jump back in with a different perspective, after gaining a little experience in my ongoing 20 gallon planted project. I have seen many videos and pictures of fluval spec aquariums made into marine tanks. My plan is to get one of those, not sure of size. Use my now dry base rocks that we're live rocks and pick up some actual live rock. New sand, an old heater. And start a refugium style tank if you will. Pile of live rock in the middle, macro algaes growing on the rock or near it, need to find out the species I've been seeing in videos. Anyway have a bit of macro algae and a few inverts, blue legs, margaritas the usual for me. Let it sit a few months like that. Maybe visit my coral guy and pick up some zoas, mushrooms, and I think an organ pipe coral that did great for me and he threw in extra cheap. Maybe one small clown, or a goby of some sort. Will be doing frequent water changes for this tank as I want this to be even more amazing and healthy than the last. Still gotta do research on this plan of course. Anyway any comments are appreciated, as always sorry for the rant.
Thanks for the help,