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New here! I'm Tony from Sussex county and have been caring for my nano tank since 2017. I've purchased practically everything from Absolutely Fish in Clifton NJ. I have a Fluval 13.5 gallon reef. Two clown fish, a pistol shrimp with goby. Lots of hammer corals and galaxy zoas, a dragon egg rock flower anemone, and 2 other unknown corals. I've gone through a handful of other corals or crustaceans that came and went in my tank, and the current ones are the hardy ones that have survived the long run and is very happy and stable with my conditions.
 

DYIguy

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New here! I'm Tony from Sussex county and have been caring for my nano tank since 2017. I've purchased practically everything from Absolutely Fish in Clifton NJ. I have a Fluval 13.5 gallon reef. Two clown fish, a pistol shrimp with goby. Lots of hammer corals and galaxy zoas, a dragon egg rock flower anemone, and 2 other unknown corals. I've gone through a handful of other corals or crustaceans that came and went in my tank, and the current ones are the hardy ones that have survived the long run and is very happy and stable with my conditions.
Welcome to the club. I also started out with the Evo- now I'm cycling my 3rd tank- a 28g cube- if any of your corals ever get too big, let me know, I'll gladly take them off your hands :cool: :)
 

MadReefer

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Welcome to the club. I also started out with the Evo- now I'm cycling my 3rd tank- a 28g cube- if any of your corals ever get too big, let me know, I'll gladly take them off your hands :cool: :)
No need for that. He can do what all of us have done......UPGRADE.......LOL
 
New here! I'm Tony from Sussex county and have been caring for my nano tank since 2017. I've purchased practically everything from Absolutely Fish in Clifton NJ. I have a Fluval 13.5 gallon reef. Two clown fish, a pistol shrimp with goby. Lots of hammer corals and galaxy zoas, a dragon egg rock flower anemone, and 2 other unknown corals. I've gone through a handful of other corals or crustaceans that came and went in my tank, and the current ones are the hardy ones that have survived the long run and is very happy and stable with my conditions.
welcome
 
Hi, Joe here from Ocean County. New to this site. My dad and brother always grew up with tanks and so I started with a 55 gallon fowlr tank and upgraded to 75 mixed reef tank that's mostly fish with some frags thrown in tbh. Still new to the reef part of aquariums and how to get them to grow but enjoy the way they look when healthy and thriving.

Out of curiosity, is there an area to sell fish on here? I saw the coral trade area where people give away or sell their corals and frags but wasn't sure with how fish worked.

Thanks!
 

DYIguy

NJRC Member
Hi, Joe here from Ocean County. New to this site. My dad and brother always grew up with tanks and so I started with a 55 gallon fowlr tank and upgraded to 75 mixed reef tank that's mostly fish with some frags thrown in tbh. Still new to the reef part of aquariums and how to get them to grow but enjoy the way they look when healthy and thriving.

Out of curiosity, is there an area to sell fish on here? I saw the coral trade area where people give away or sell their corals and frags but wasn't sure with how fish worked.

Thanks!
I believe you can post anything for sale on Deals and Steals if you are a paid member
 
Hi, Joe here from Ocean County. New to this site. My dad and brother always grew up with tanks and so I started with a 55 gallon fowlr tank and upgraded to 75 mixed reef tank that's mostly fish with some frags thrown in tbh. Still new to the reef part of aquariums and how to get them to grow but enjoy the way they look when healthy and thriving.

Out of curiosity, is there an area to sell fish on here? I saw the coral trade area where people give away or sell their corals and frags but wasn't sure with how fish worked.

Thanks!

Welcome
 
Hi! I’m the owner of Jersey Corals LLC. We are currently in the process of opening a store in Passaic County. We have a wide selection of aquacultured, maricultured, and wild Indonesian corals. We get a new shipment direct from Indo about once monthly. The space is primarily going to be used as a grow out, but until we expand into a large storefront, we will have a showroom. We currently have around 600 gallons of systems set up, established since April, and are waiting on delivery of our Planet Aquariums frag tanks for our showroom. We are an authorized retailer for Planet, EcoTech Marine, and Tropic Marin. We’re going to run a summer sale starting today with 40% off site wide! We will continue to upload corals through the weekend! Check us out at JerseyCorals.com!
 
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