Fish Kept:too many fish, 2 x blue dolphins, red rubin peacock, sunsine peacock, 3 x Electric Yellows, 2 x mono sebaes, red scat(mega plant eater), 2 x rustys, 2 red forest jewel, 2 x sucker fish, 2 x dragon blood peacocks, jaycob, 2 x guromi, 2 x Kenyi, about 10 more fish.
Corals/Plants:some basic plants, all fake tree stuff.
Fish Kept:5 red fire fish 1 purple fire fish 1 yellow tang 1 gold marroon clown 1 coral banded shrimp 1 pin -cushion urchin 3 peppermint shrimp 1 black brittle star 1 blue linkia star 115 blue leg hermits 5 mexican turbo snails 11 dwarf seahorses 4 adults and seven babies
Quote:always keep your words soft and sweet incase you have to eat em.
About Yourself:i started this aquarium on 10th of july 2008 only been running for about 7 months im still trying to tackle a little bit of diatoms and seem to be winning. got into the hobby because I wanted something more challenging than my old 12 gallon tropical! still a student my dream fish tank is a 500 gallon.
Fish Kept:2 baby blue hippo tangs, 2 ocellaris clowns, 2 black percula clowns, 4 anemone crabs
Corals/Plants:no corals yet but hope to have some in about 3 months time when my tank is fully matured.
About Yourself:One of my friends was getting rid of her saltwater fish tank and i thought it would be nice for my child so I took it and now I am hooked. I now have a freshwater and saltwater fish tank. One more to be set up, maybe live plants or reef tank, not sure yet...
Fish Kept:2 Rosey Barbs (Timmy & Tommy), 4 Rainbows (Great Hambino, Squints, Smalls, and Lucky)., 2 dwarf gouramis. In saltwater tank we got blue and yellow tang, clownfish, and chromis.
Corals/Plants:Driftwood and Lace rock for our freshwater. Live rock and artificial plants in saltwater.
Fish Kept:over $250 of live rock, peppermint shrimps hermit crabs, brittle star, heneoukus, 2 ocellarus clown fish, 5 green chromis. now because i had little experience im down to one chromis and the two clownfish but i have all my problems resolved and i am ready for more fish.
Advice:ok when you get your tank its going to be very exciting and your going to want to but a fish as soon as possible. BE PACIENTTT!! When i got my tank i rushed everything and baught a $80 dollar fish and died within the week. the next day i find out my water level was to low and i had to many bubbles. Now if i waited and did my research i wouldnt have flushed $80 bucks down the drain. So start out with low expensive fish so wen something goes wrong, u havent lost a lot of ur hard earned money.
Quote:Crack would have been a cheaper hobby to take up.
About Yourself:We had a 20 gallon freshwater tank for 4 years, stepped up to a 55 several years ago, and ventured into saltwater in October '07. Our stands for both were designed and built by my husband.