Rank:#42 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Trey on
Number of votes:148
Quote:I love My TANK!
Fish Kept:Yellow Tang, Hippo Tang, Naso Tang, Tonomi Tang, Two Yellow Tail Damsels, Humu Humu Trigger, Koran Angel, King Angel, B&W Clowns, 2 Chromis, FoxFace, Yellow Damsel, Six Line Wrasse, and A Watchman Goby
Corals/Plants:SPS Dominant , With a few LPS, Chalice and Zoas
Rank:#43 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:ryan Lemieux on
Number of votes:176
Quote:Only bad things happen quickly
About Yourself:I am 26 years old living in ontario. I started in this hobby over 2 year ago and began with a 20 gallon nano and moved up to a 90 gallon and have plans for a 180 gallon in the future. I find this hobby very relaxing and fun to work with.
Advice:I am still new at this, 3yrs, but you have to read. Understand your enviroment, not everything you see or want can thrive in your tank. Don't get discouraged. you will lose a fair amount but know why and learn from it.
Description:My living room Aquascape
Rated #48: 40 Gallons Reef Tank
Country: United States
Rank:#48 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Brandon on
Number of votes:367
About Yourself:Been in the fish keeping since a kid but started planted tanks 8 months ago and i also do reef aquariums that i also enjoy with a passion.
Corals/Plants:Superman mushrooms, green mushrooms, bubble tip anenome, green carpet anemone, zoa`s, blasto, wellsophyllia, alveopora, gonipora, hammer corals green and purple, (blue, pink, yellow torches, Aussi coral elegance, star polyps, Duncan,dendros, lots of mushrooms etc..
Advice:Be patient, let the tank mature, don't rush to put loads of fish in and just remember the size the fish can grow to and the type of fish it is "reef safe" or not!!!
Plus always ensure best water quality you keep the water clean your fish will thrive aling with corals etc!!