Advice:The bigger and longer the tank the better. Good water flow and a opened aquascape is a must in order to eliminate dead spots. A deep sand bed (minimum 4"), good quality live rock, powerfull skimmer, and a properly set up refugium with Macro Algae can help keep nitrates at 0 PPM, and water changes to a minimum. Read all marine keeping books, especially "The Reef Aquarium" Vol 1, 2, and 3. Last but not least, Dont shy away from this hobby on the first signs of trouble. Marine aquarium keeping gets easier and easier as the tank matures. If trouble arises, internet forums can be of great help when questions need answering.
Description:90 Gallon Tech Tank 2007
Rated #15: 125 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
Rank:#15 out of 479 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:hondacivic on
Number of votes:127
Fish Kept:various fishes: Queen, Flame, Naso Tang, Blue face, fox face, nemos, dories, box...etc.......
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!
Rated #17: 180 Gallons Saltwater Fish Tank
State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Rank:#17 out of 479 Saltwater Fish Tanks submitted all-time 2020 Top 10
Submitted By:Dave Atkinson on
Number of votes:141
About Yourself:Rare marine life fascinates and is a calming backdrop to anyones life.. to sustain an such an alien environment in the home aquaria is a great accomplishment. -Dave Atkinson