150 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish)
Emperor Angelfish posing for us. He's about 5 inches at this point.
Blue Face Angelfish,
Flame Angelfish, (4) Blue Tangs, (2) Heniochus Butterflyfish, Yellow Tang, Sailfin Tang, Yellow-Stripe Maroon Clownfish and Blackt Triggerfish. So far, no incidents with the Triggerfish. Keeping my fingers crossed! Added Auriga Butterflyfish. All still going great as of May 2010., (3) Pacific Blue Tangs, Emperor Angelfish, African Flameback Angelfish, Yellow Coris Wrasse, Diamond Watchman Goby, Ocellaris Clownfish, Ocellaris Clownfish, Ocellaris Clownfish, Ocellaris Clownfish, Blue Tang, Blue Tang, Blue Tang
Many soft corals (leathers,
mushrooms, Xenias, Zooanthids), Camelback Shrimp, Tuxedo Urchin, Haitian Condylactus Anemone, and many snails. The Emperor Angelfish has been in the tank for a year and a half. So far, he hasn't bothered any of the inverts. Also, he is starting to change into full adult coloration.
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