Filter: Rena XP3, Aquaclear 300, Aquaclear 200x2, Aquaclear 150, Fluval 304
Heater: Rena Cal Top Light 300w
Lighting: 48" ZooMed "Ocean Sun" (10,000k), 48" ZooMed "Coral Sun" (Atinic)
Substrate: Silica Sand
Rocks:Granite, Green Marble
Other: Powerhead 301, Powerhead 201, Mopani Wood
Feeding: NLS 2x a day
30% water change once a week.
7 Labidochromis Caeruleus (2M/5F)
1 Heros Efasciatus (White/Gold - M)
1 Aulonocara sp. "German Red" (M)
2 Sciaenochromis Fryeri (1M/1F)
3 Cynotilapia Afra "Cobue" (F1 - 1M/2F)
3 Aulonocara OB (3M)
2 Protomelas sp. Steveni "Taiwan Reef" (1M/1F)
1 Heros Efasciatus (Green - M)
1 Metriaclima Callainos (M)
1 Aulonocara sp. Lwanda (M)
Silk, Java Fern, Anubias Nana
If you are looking for a unique invertebrate to add to your saltwater tank, consider the sea urchin.
The key to maintaining a healthy saltwater aquarium is to strike the right balance in the salinity of your tank water.
Also known as oto cats, otocinclus catfish are some of the smallest aquarium fish out there and also some of the best algae eaters.