Advice:Feed 95% Seaweed sheets 3 or more times per day. Only feed silversides once per week for eel and grouper. ALL other fish eat Seaweed. ALL are extremely healthy, fat and growing inches each year. Almost NO fighting, just mild pecking order. Feed well and fish are happy. Whenever I add a new fish I dose the tank with Nitrofurazone once and let it run in tank for about 3 days and then water change out. I've had core group of fish now for 2 years. I try to keep phosphates low.
Description:2.5 year old 210 Saltwater Fish Only Tank with 4 different large Angels, 7 Triggers, 12 Tangs, Eels, Puffers and more!
Fish Kept:Powder Blue Tang, Heniochus, Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Sailfin Tang, Clown Fishes, Niger Trigger, Striped Damsels (avoid damsels - they're a pain!), Green Chromis, Green Serpent Star, Electric Blue Hermit Crab, Cleaner Shrimp, Lots of Hermit Crabs, and a Blue Lobster.
Description:130 gallon tank with Powder Blue Tang, Heniochus, Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Sailfin Tang, Clown Fishes, Niger Trigger, Striped Damsels (avoid damsels - they're a pain!), Green Chromis, Green Serpent Star, Electric Blue Hermit Crab, Cleaner Shrimp, Lots of Hermit Crabs, and a Blue Lobster.
Advice: Be patient and have a lot of fun. Internet research can help you with a lot of problems. Start small and gradually go bigger.
Description: Over 60 pounds of live rock, several cheap fish and wonderful experience building my own fish tank. I have couch next to the mine fish tank. Takes only a few minutes to fall asleep. Mine filtration set up allowed me avoiding water change drastically. Multistage set up was created after many errors and adjustments. Thank you for taking your time and expressing your vote.
Fish Kept:Pinktail Trigger
Exquisite Wrasse Figi Male
2 Clarki Clowns Male/Female
Pink Spotted shrimp Goby
2 Pink tipped anemones
Christmas tree worm
Blue Linka Star fish
Sand sifting star fish
Blue Tuxedo Urchin
2 Caribbean giant anemones
2 bubble tip anemones
Waving hand coral
White Caribbean zoanthid
Advice:We collected large pieces of coral for a year before we knew we wanted to buy the tank, so we had the pieces that we liked when we got the tank and wouldn't have to settle for what we could find (and afford) all at once.