Advice:Reef Keeping is Difficult. First start with fish only systems then move on to Reef. Before keeping reef aquarium always read good books.
Use A and B Additives and Calcium additive and Part 1 and Part 2 Additives manufactured by WaterWorldIndia
Description:My Reef Tank With new coral Frog spawn
Rated #52: 130 Gallons Reef Tank
Country: United Kingdom
Rank:#52 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Paul on
Number of votes:154
Fish Kept:Sailfin Tang,two leopard wrasse,Marine Beta,three Cardinals...Marine
Corals/Plants:Various stonies,several morphs of star polyps
Advice:Dont Rush it ... Wait and be a little patient and you will Get use to it .
Description:Less Than 3 Months Old , Still Needs alot of Work and Time For it to Mature ...
Rated #55: 65 Gallons Reef Tank
Rank:#55 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Danny on
Number of votes:338
Fish Kept:2 Green Mandarin, 1 Spotted Mandarin1 Jewel Damsel, 1 Copperband Butterfly, 2 Square Anthias, 1 Falcula Butterfly, 1 yellow tang, 1 Blue Hippo Tang, 1 Flame Angel, 1 Sailfin tang, 1 Coral Beauty, 1 Half Black Angel, 1 Small Queen Angel, 1 Small French Angel, 1 Eibli Angel, 1 Black Ocellaris Clownfish, 2 Yellowtail Blue Damsel
Corals/Plants:1 Ritteri Anemone, 1 Green Caribbean Condylactics Anemone, 2 Marble Orange Star, 150 smalls Blue leg Hermit Crabs, 2 Fire Shrimps, 2 Lysmata Shrimps, 1 Orange Sponge, 1 Red Sponge, Cup Coral, Yellow Cup Coral, 1 Montipora Capicornus, Sun Polyp, War Coral, Purple Acropora, Blue Gorgonian, Blue Mushroom, Flower Leather Coral, Umbrella Leather, Torch Coral, Xenias, Green Star Polyps, White Moon Polyp, Cauliflower Colt Coral, Leaf Plate Montipora, Xmas Tree, etc.
Advice:Read, learn and ask questions. Be patient, don't overfeed and always think like a fish. I am a big fan of the brand "Real Reef Rock" a viable sustainable alternative to raping the world's coral reefs. I also think there are some really nice synthetic resin corals out there and they don't require pristine water, feeding, or high end lighting...great for beginners
Description:My reef tank
Rated #57: 165 Gallons Reef Tank
Country: United States
Rank:#57 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
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:All good things to those that wait. Have patience.
Description:Wonders of the Ocean
Rated #58: 150 Gallons Reef Tank
Country: United Kingdom
Rank:#58 out of 1391 Reef Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:darren on
Number of votes:311
Quote:If at first you dont sucseed try, try again
About Yourself:I got in to the hobby by "jasons aquatics" they are our local experts. their goods are fantastic quality second to none.
Fish Kept:3 yellow tangs,1 pair clown fish,pajama wrasse,1 royal garama,2 jaw fish,1 goby,2 fire shrimps.blue knuckle crab.
Corals/Plants:star poyps,xenia (blue,wild,common) 3 toadstool ,2 large torch corals,branching anchor,branching frogspawn, 3 red bush corals,2 acroporas, 3 montipora plates, trumpets 2 large, 1large galaxea, button polyps different types,3 sea rods, 1 large maxima clam, 2 devil finger, 3 large open brains. and count less more