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my new nano tank


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    • Soft corals and a blue spot jawfish
    • Planted freshwater tank


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Just got my self a nano cube 24g. I haven't had a tank at home for a while so this is kind of exciting. Now I need to decide what I want to put in it. I kind of like the idea of keeping colorful mushrooms and maybe one cool fish like a blue spot jaw or something. I have also considered doing a freshwater tank for a change of pace. It's been years since I've had one but I always enjoyed having a planted tank.

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Pictures would be pretty boring right now. It's an empty 24 gallon jbj nano. Nothing special. I just want to keep it fun and simple.

 

This is true...maybe what I should have said is "Where is your build thread?"

 

Happy you have a new tank!

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Not much of a build thread as it is an all in one type tank with a factory stand. Total hot rod tank. Unlike your very ordinary new one. (sarcasm if you didn't notice)

 

I should purchase all of my supplies from Sarcastic Corals.

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Did someone say poll?

 

A poll it has been too long!(clap) You do realize that you are going to get all votes for saltwater. You are on a saltwater forum site you know..;)

 

That was some sarcasm....(laugh)

 

Glad to hear you got a little nano tank. Everyone needs a nano in their life!

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True but freshwater has it's limits. But you could get one of those fake moving objects like a treasure chest or skeleton!(clap)

 

Well, you just clowned on that idea. There are some really amazing planted tanks out there. No plastic ornaments.

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Well' date=' you just clowned on that idea. There are some really amazing planted tanks out there. No plastic ornaments.[/quote']

 

I know it's just I have had freshwater tanks before so the saltwater hobby is new to me.

 

I kind of liked the plastic ornaments when I was a kid. I thought they were cute!

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There are some nifty salt water planted tanks out there too. In a 24 you could do some ochotodes, some red grape, maybe a short branching codium, a twig of sargassum, and even a mermaids fan for some added texture. A non photo gorg and maybe another non photo coral and a unquie fish like a leaf or angler. . . Could be pretty awesome. Not many great salt water planted tanks out there. . .

 

I happen to know someone who could donate some clippings to your cause as well.

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I have lot's of saltwater tanks. A fresh water tank would allow me to be more of a hobbyist again.

 

So ture! I have seen some amazing FWPT! If anyone says it's the easy route then they are wrong, the planted freshwater is just as demanding as a reef. It would also be a nice change from your store when coming home so ya dont get burnt out. JMO

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So ture! I have seen some amazing FWPT! If anyone says it's the easy route then they are wrong' date=' the planted freshwater is just as demanding as a reef. It would also be a nice change from your store when coming home so ya dont get burnt out. JMO[/quote']

 

 

Agreed, I miss my cichlid tank regularly

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