Advice:Take your time & be prepared to come out of some big bucks. Once you get started you will keep on finding that "one more thing" for your tank & then you'll start thinkng about a BIGGER tank. In the end though you appreciate all of the work & cash you put into it; it will mesmerize you sometimes how beautiful your tank is.
Description:45 Gallon Salt Water Fish Tank. Started on January 27th, 2006. This picture was taken on February 15th,, 2006. There are 2 3-Stripe Damsels, 2 Domino Damsels, 2 Yellow- Tail & 2 Yellow-Bellied Damsels, Blue Damsel, Royal Gramma Basselet, & Yellow Tang, anenome, crabs, shrimp, snail, starfish, & about 25/30 lbs. of live rock.
About Yourself:I started to really getting in to the hobby when I was only 14 years old. I got a job at a local fish store to fund my hobby. My dad got me started when i was younger than that, helping to clean his tanks. Long story short we stopped talking and I missed having tanks around. So at age 14 I got my tank up and I have it to this day.
Fish Kept:Coral Beauty, Green Goby, 2 False Percula Clowns, Sixline Wrasse, and a Baby Hippo Tang
Corals/Plants:Large Pulsing Xenia, Many Mushrooms,(Green Stripped, Spotted, Watermelon, and Frilly) StarBurst Polyps, Small Super Color Colony Polyps,
Small Colt Leather, Small Clove Polyps
Advice:Only God can garantee life. Stick with it. The satisfaction of owning a tank makes it worth all the trouble in the end.
Description:1/2 gal. saltwater tank. It has a stripped damsel, 3 hermit crabs, a green stripped mushroom, super color colony polpys, a pink/yellow tube worm, and an arch of live rock. Its running on a small power filter, a heater that is 1/4 inch thick and a flourecent light.