Photo #2 - The Water Treatment Setup Of My 90 Gallon Tank. ...

Submitted By: Harvey Litvack on
Photo Caption: The water treatment setup of my 90 Gallon tank. Seaclone 100 skimmer, Fluval 304 filter and a 802 powerhead to move the water.
corals inverts stocking in 90 gallons tank - My latest coral and anemones for my clown breeders.
fish tank picture - The water treatment setup of my 90 Gallon tank. Seaclone 100 skimmer, Fluval 304 filter and a 802 powerhead to move the water.
fish tank picture - My two main tanks and an Isolation one taking up half my living room

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Country: Canada
Description: I Have 15 tanks. 2 10x10x12 Isolation / quarantine 2 36x18x15 and 1 36x18x16 Breeding tanks 2 36 x 15 x 18 also breeding 2 36 x 13 x 19 also breeding 4 24 x 15 x 18 fry raising 1 36x12x12 and 36x12x24 Juvenile sale prep 1 48 x 18 x 24 Main Show tank. Lighting is mostly T6 and T5
Advice: I am fairly new myself. Started Salt tanks in January 98 I did breed tropicals on and of for fifty years. Advice number one ask questions and read and read and read.some more.
Fish Kept: Clowns,cardinals,gobys,damsels, and spotted grouper.
Corals/Plants: Several corals but I am too new to name them yet. three bubble tip anemones..
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: I was a bored 72 year old newbie and am now a frazzled 72 year old but still a newbie. in Montreal, Quebec, Canada I bought a package deal including the 36 x 13 x 18 , a sump, a stand, and bits and pieces in January And added the 36 x 18 x 16 and then added the 48 by 18 x 24 with a Light glo cover and a couple of T5's added.for more light.

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