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Offline Matpat

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New to the saltwater side of the hobby
« on: March 17, 2019, 14:50:33 »
Hello all,

Having kept freshwater aquariums for 20+ years, with my most recent tank being a high light, Co2 injected planted tank, I decided to join the ‘Darkside’ and convert my 12+ year old 125g to a reef tank last April. Unfortunately, a seal started to leak right before Thanksgiving, so all the fish, sand, and live rock were ‘dumped’ into a spare 75g I had in the basement. The tank has been re-sealed, drilled, sumped, and is has been up and running for a little over a month now.

I live in the Centerville/Kettering area and look forward to meeting a few of you 😀

Online Steve

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Re: New to the saltwater side of the hobby
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2019, 14:53:17 »
Welcome to the club. Love the freshwater with plants, wish I had the extra space.

 

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