All Time Top 10 Reef Tanks
Rated #181: NasoBadTang
Number of votes: 186
Quote: Live today - worry about tomorrow - tomorrow
About Yourself: Needed a hobby to keep me out of trouble - this sure did the trick - Im now either working on the tank or sitting down to enjoy it - I havent had my TV on in months
Fish Kept: (2) FoxFace - (3) Yellow Tangs - (1) Blue Hippo Tang - (2) Naso Tangs ( 1 is 13 inch Male with streamers) - (2) Tomato Clowns - (1) Vlamingi Tang - (4) cleaner Shrimp - (2) Fire Shrimp - (1) horseshoe crab - (3) Flame Scallops - and about 150 different snails and hermit crabs
Corals/Plants Kept: Mostly Leather - Devils hand - Yellow Finger leather - Pink Finger Leather - 4 different variations of the toadstool - green flower pot - white flower pot - purple colt - white colt - maroon colt - orange sponges - cup coral - brains - cabbage coral - star polyps - zoos - (2) Bubble anenomes
Tank Size: 150
Advice: I read a book and decided to do Fish only because everything I read made coral and reef systems sound so hard and impossible - the fish only went so smooth I decided to turn it into a reef system - Im glad I did -Read but dont take it all to heart - you can ask 100 reef tank keepers the same question and get 90 different answers - You have to take it on your own and figure out what works best - there will be errors - but in the long run it will pay off - and you will fall in love with it.
Description: 150 Gallon Reef Tank
Rated #182: mickeyw43
Number of votes: 322
Quote: gid r done
Fish Kept: 1 regal tang,3 yellow tangs,1 powder blue tang,2 blue damsels,2 clown fish 1 goby
Corals/Plants Kept: alot of soft corals,love leathers and toadstools.zoanthids
Tank Size: 75
Advice: take it slow,youll have time to buy later,be patient let tank really cycle good.
Description: 75 gallon new background
Rated #183: azinko
Number of votes: 175
About Yourself: n/a
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Blue Yellow-Belly Tang, Sailfin Tang, Orange Shoulder Tang,Blonde Naso tang,Achilles tang,Moorish Idol Six-Line Wrasse, 3-Stripe Damsel, Yellow Tail Damsel, Green Mandarine, 3 Gobies, Fox Face Lo, Sleeper Head Gobie, 2 Ocellaris Clownfish, 3 Anthias, Royal Gramma, Snails, Clams, Starfish and crabs.
Corals/Plants Kept: LPS, SPS, Polyps, Mushrooms, Soft Corals, clams.
Tank Size: 180
Advice: Have patience and acquire good reading material....read, read and read!!!
Rated #184: 1234567
Number of votes: 250
Quote: proper job
About Yourself: i am a army diver
Fish Kept: lion fish clown fish and many more to many to name
Corals/Plants Kept: dont no dident by them uncle did
Advice: take it slow dont rush building your tank
Description: this is mi reef tank very pretty a
Rated #185: nemo_sweden
Rated #186: webdr
Number of votes: 298
Quote: If I die before I learn to speak, let money pay for all the days I lived awake but half asleep
Fish Kept: Scooter Blenny Lyretail Anthia Disbar Anthia Engineer Goby Lawnmower Blenny Ocilarus
Corals/Plants Kept: Monti digitatas monti capricornus pocillapora flower pot cabbage leather kenya tree xenia acropora zoos colony polyps
Tank Size: 29
Advice: Water changes regularly and keep phosphates low w/ ro/di water!!
Description: 29 Gallon Tall mixed reef
Rated #187: kisola918
Number of votes: 257
Quote: smoke some weed
About Yourself: music and reef tanks
Fish Kept: Dwarf Angel, spotted goby, mated tomato clowns
Corals/Plants Kept: soft...allot
Tank Size: 46
Advice: Ask allot of questions before you buy anything...do your research first!
Description: 46 Gallon Bow, All Soft Corals, Power Compact lighting, weekly water changes, oceanic mix, P Skimmer, Penguin Filter. 2 clowns, dwarf Angel, Pistol and Goby...14 month running.
Rated #188: rdh1079
Number of votes: 235
Fish Kept: Male and female saddleback Clowns, Bangai Cardinal
Corals/Plants Kept: frogspawn,various zoos, blasto, ricordia florida/yuma,mushrooms, maxima clam
Tank Size: 10
Advice: Nothing good happens quickly in Reefkeeping, BE PATIENT!!! If you think you're ready to put something new in wait three more days! READ READ READ, either you do it before, and prevent the problem, or you do it after you make a mistake and are trying desperately to avert an absolute catastrophe (this is not fun). Realize you are putting the lives of millions of little helpless creatures in your hands, be prepaired for this responsibility, or dont even think about getting into this hobby, go buy a beta....lastly, have fun and enjoy every challenge, cause there are lots of em!
Description: 10 gallon reef tank 1 year old.
Rated #189: nemo0124
Number of votes: 279
Quote: Im a reefer..........ur a pain in my wrasse
About Yourself: more cute chicks need to be into reefin... n i mean really. its mostly guys. n i think sometimes their supprised that a girl like me is so into fish n coral. HA
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Blue Tang, True Percula Clownfish, Purple Dottyback, Kaudern's Cardinal, Green Reef Chromis, Christmas Wrasse, Leopard Wrasse, Orange Spotted Goby, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish, Bicolor Blenny
Corals/Plants Kept: assorted sps lps clams anemones....bla bla
Tank Size: 90
Advice: GO BIG! if u dont its a waste of $ bc ull always want bigger ;) plus coral tanks need to be open top. smaller they are the more the evaporate most likely which can cause less than constant water perameters. PLUS you can buy more coral its addictive ha.
Rated #190: reefnerd3
Number of votes: 159
About Yourself: Started out with fresh water. A buddy from work had a saltwater tank that he was always talking about it I tore down my 55 fresh water and started a saltwater tank then turned into me buying 120 gallon tank
Fish Kept: powder blue tang, yellow tang blue velvet damsel, 4 blue with yellow tail damsels, 2 clowns, 1 coral bandet shrimp, 1 sea star 1 sea urchin, trubo snails, blue herment crabs
Corals/Plants Kept: green star polyps kenya tree, brain coral pineapple, hairy mushroom, brain coral, xina alot of it weed of the sea is what i call it,recordea mushroom, zoanthus, condy anemone,purple maxima clam
Tank Size: 120
Advice: Read, read ,read There is alot of good info out there on the internet Take your time and get a good ro unit air water and ice sell nice ones at a good price. Buy good stuff the first time or you WILL!!! regret it down the road and will spend more money
Description: my 120 gallon reef
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