Photo #2 - My Reef Tank - Scalefin Anthias, Blue Tang, Royal...

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Country: Malta
Description: This is my 100x50x50cm, 250L home made tank. I have an Eheim 2260 power head 2400L/H that's driving my filtration trough a 50L sump, I also have a Jebo 829 1500L/H canister Filter. Haqos PS 600 Protein Skimmer with 2000L/H Pump. Haqos 18W UV Sterilizer. Haqos MT90 Lightning with a 150W Metal Halide and 4x21W T5 Tubes. I have to buy a Chiller for next summer.
Advice: Once I read that this hobby is like a sport car, the faster you go the harder you crash, so Don't rush in, let live rock cycle well before you start introducing live stock and choose the wright gravel Try get it wright the first time so you don't change things in tank when there are fish and corals. A good filter with good flow, a Protein Skimmer that makes his job some live rock and everything will run smooth with the wright water parameters and without adding to many gadgets.
Fish Kept: Scalefin Anthias, Blue Tang, Royal Gramma, Six Line Wrasse, Queen Angel, Flame Angel, Purple Firefish Goby, Pajama Cardinalfish, Panther Grouper, Maroon Clown, Talbot Damsel, Fire Shrimp, Red Starfish
Corals/Plants: Green Mushroom, Button Polyps, Star Polyp, Anemone, Mushroom Leather, Finger Coral. For now
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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