Advice:Read Alot Of Books, Be Patient and think before you act. If you follow these three easy suggestions in the end you'll find yourself staring at a work of art, that YOU made yourself.
Description:When Tank First Started Out.
Rated #92: 200 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Rank:#92 out of 476 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:shannon on
Number of votes:167
About Yourself:started about six months ago. always wanted a tank. finally got one and thanks to my wife (the driving force of the tank) is starting to look really good. lost a yellow angelfish(tank too hot) and a purple anthies(starvation) my tank gets more and more every week, I am always looking to add new things.
Description:my 4 foot tank with 2 new anenomes & live rock. 2 tomato clowns, 1 coral beauty,1 blue tang,1 zebra humbug,1 cleaner wrasse, 4 blue schooling fish,2 hermits, 1 skunk shrimp,5 snails. heaps of live rock, clam shells. getting ready to add corals + maybe another fish
Rated #93: 29 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Country: United States
Rank:#93 out of 476 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Brian Nosich on
Number of votes:129
Quote:.This is bat country.
About Yourself:Extremely good looking and insanely smart. Also very god speller.
Rank:#98 out of 476 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Josh on
Number of votes:132
About Yourself:My name is Josh, I'm 21 and I live in Prescott, AZ. I moved here last year from Houston, TX. I work for a company that sells water treatments systems and I also install breathalyzers in DUI offenders cars as a second part time job. I have been in the fish hobby since I was 15, and got my first salt water tank when I was 16. By 18 I was out of the hobby. I just recently got back into it, as its a little easier now that I make more money. I just downgraded from a 75 gal. tank into a 29 gal. because its a little easier and cheaper to maintain. Thats about it so...........yeah.
Fish Kept:Right now I only have a Sailfin Tang a mated pair of Black Ocellaris clowns and a Blue Damsle. I had a serious ich outbreak and lost all of my last fish so now these are my new starters for now. Also have a Cleaner Shrimp and a Coral Banded Shrimp.
Corals/Plants:Green Star Polyps, Brown Button Polyps, 3 different kinds of Zoanthids, and some Purple/GreenMetallic Mushrooms, Green Frogspawn, Trumpet Coral, Green Ricordia.
Advice:Hang in there, it may be hard at first to get all of your water parameters right, but with a little bit of time and lots of practice you will get the hang of it. Join some reef forums. there are alot of nice people waiting for you to ask questions no matter how stupid you think they may be. Dont ever be afraid to ask, because your only hurting yourself and your tank inhabbitants if you dont.
Description:Just downgraded from a 75 gal. and put everything is this 29 Gallon - Button Polyps, Green Star Polyps, Green Ricordia, Trumpet, Frogspawn, Assorterd Mushrooms and Zoos. All are still fairly small as they were bought as frags and are only a couple of months old I plan to add alot more soon. Mated Pair of Black Ocellaris Clowns,a Sailfin Tang (for now) and a Blue Damsel. Cleaner Shrimp, Coral Banded Shrimp, Nassarius Snails, Nerite Snails, Hermits.
Rated #99: 50 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Country: United Kingdom
Rank:#99 out of 476 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Miles Walters on
Number of votes:182
Fish Kept:Yellow Tang
Yellow Headed sleeper Goby
Pair of Percular Damsels
Corals/Plants:none bought they came with the live rock