New BioCube 32 Owner, Looking for Suggestions

Discussion in 'Tips and Techniques' started by thefishguy27, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. thefishguy27

    thefishguy27 New Member

    Hi All! My name is Mike and i am the proud new owner of a Biocube 32. This is my first salt water fish tank and i am extremely excited. Does anyone have a bio cube and have any suggestions for me? It is sitting on the stand but i am not sure of what my next steps should be. All comments are welcome :)
     
  2. jay0705

    jay0705 Administrator Staff Member

    Research,research, and more research. This is not something to rush into, that said its very fun.
    Rt now for you look into cycling a sw tank. Look into live rock, base rock, and argonite sand.
    For your size tank, look into clown fish,dart fish, gobys, basslets, shrimp and other inverts
     
  3. thefishguy27

    thefishguy27 New Member

    iThank you for the quick reply! I will definitely keep doing my research and am really eager to start the cycling process. I unboxed the BioCube 32 last night and I am trying to familiarize myself with its components. This may sound pretty silly but the instructions don't show you what to do with the different plugs/cords. Is anyone familiar with the set up of this tank? I just need someone to point me in the right direction. Thanks
     
  4. jay0705

    jay0705 Administrator Staff Member

    Lol that doesn't surprise me. Personally iam not familar, but iam sure someone will chime in who is.
     
  5. thefishguy27

    thefishguy27 New Member

    anyone out there???
     
  6. lmforbis

    lmforbis Administrator Staff Member

    Sorry never had a bio cube.
     
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  7. thefishguy27

    thefishguy27 New Member

    Thank you. anyone else????
     
  8. thefishguy27

    thefishguy27 New Member

    Anyone have any aquascape suggestions?? I am putting in the sand and live rock in a couple of days.
     
  9. jay0705

    jay0705 Administrator Staff Member

    That i can help you with. Make sure your rock is well place deep in the sand bed on the bottom of the tank. This helps keep it from moving, or being moved by inhabitants. How you lay it out is pretty much personal preference. I try and find rocks with holes in them for fish to hide/sleep in.
     

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