Fish Kept:yellow tang, sailfin tang, lyretail anthias, chromies, coris wrasse (digs under everything, would take him out if I could), sandsifter goby( keeps the sand white), blue & yellow damsel, flame angel, emeralds crabs, hermit crabs, sally lightfoot crabs, cleaner shrimp, fire shrimp (hider, never see him)
Corals/Plants:finger corals all kinds, star polyps (our favourite), green trumpet coral, pipe organ, flower pot corals, yellow leathers, toadstool leathers, pulsing xenia, regular xenias, many mushrooms
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: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
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
Quote:Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, body thoroughly used up, and worn out, screaming... What A RIDE!
About Yourself:Golfing R/C Airplane Flying, Salt H2O Computer Geek...
Fish Kept:Peaceful fish that do most of their feeding off of what they find in the tank that grows naturally or requires less food input. Tangs, Wrasses, Sand sifting Gobys.
Corals/Plants:I have a mix of different LPS and SPS as well as some Soft corals and Clams.
Advice:Take it SLOW!! READ READ READ. Then go get a tank and supplies. Reef tanks are not cheap and require a lot of dedication to keep the animals in your care alive. Do not take their health for granted and they will reward you with the beauty nature intended.
Description:300 Gallon Acrylic Reef Tank. 1Year Old