OK i have posted a thread with the name of I think he know's Nothing about saltwater tank check out what our members think about the site you have posted and im going to give you a couple of hint so you can set up your tank i been doing saltwater for years so im going to give you a hand my freind.When i get everything writen down ill posted in so there will be no confutionok bro first step is to take it easy this prosses take allot of time and care
That awsome. Experience definitely makes you wise. You can read all the books you want but there just aint much of a substitute for experience. Its where the rubber meets the road so to speak.I have had my saltwater tank for 5 years now.
[One time even my clown fish even had babies./QUOTE]
Congrats. Thats an enviable accomplishment, one many of us would like to one day achieve. Its tough to pull off such a feat and successfully get the fry from larva stage to Juvenile stage. I was able to do it once with Blue Stripe Clownfish but only managed to get a couple of fry to Juvenile stage. It was a lot of work, more than I ever invisoned despite many years at this hobby. Its one I wont try again in all probability. Hopefully you fared much better with your batch of fry! How many were you able to get to the Junvenile stage? What do you think was the key to your success in this acomplishment?
I agree. Its not really all that difficult. There are lots of ways to have a great tank and very few sure fire ways to have a bad one. There are however a number of things one can do to make it cheaper and easier and experience less lost live stock, problems or unnecessary expenditure of funds. Over the last decade there have been a number of technilogical advancements in equipment, its use, our knowledge and advancement in husbandry skills that have contributed considerably to our success in this hobby.Setting up a saltwater tank is not a science, anyone can do it
For example...in the 70's corals were more or less disposable. You bought them and kept them for a month or two while they slowly died and then tossed them and replaced them. Now...not only do they thrive in our glass boxes, we actually prompagate them!
To achieve these advances someone had to go against the grain and/or think outside the box inorder to find new and better ways of keeping a reef. This is how advances are made. Some worked out well, others not so well. Lots of old techniques work still to this day to be sure but we have found other ways that often work better. And it has made success easier to come by these days.
I been in this hobby maby 6 or 7 years exp. is never enogh in this hobby we are always learning somthing new in the reef life>also as you i have breededI have had my saltwater tank for 5 years now. One time even my clown fish even had babies. The things I learned I learned by trial and error. But I am open to learn more. I will appreciated your advice.
Setting up a saltwater tank is not a science, anyone can do it.
Thank you for the information you posted. I am going to modify my site, I realize now I left many important things out.
I would like to have your permission to post some of the information you posted here on my site.
About when my clown fish breed. Unlucky for me it happened early in the morning and I had to go work. When I came back all my clown fish fry was gone. I think the air pump suction them.