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Photo Caption: *Our 540 gallon Reef* This photo was taken right after Hurricane Katrina. A couple fish and corals have died since.
542 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - *Our 540 gallon Reef* This photo was taken right after Hurricane Katrina. A couple fish and corals have died since.

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: The tank is 3ft high, 8ft long, and 3 1/2ft wide.
Advice: The hardest part when starting a saltwater aquarium is establish it. Once your system is establish manangement is fairly simple.
Fish Kept: ANGELFISH: 7in King or Passer Angel, 5in Asfur Angel, 3in Emporer Angel, and the 2in Pygmy Golden Angel TANGS: pair of Sohal Tangs(11 1/2in, 5 1/2in), pair of 5in Purple Tangs, 4 3/4in Orange Spine Naso Tang, 1ft 1/2in Vlamingi Tang, 6in Chevron Tang, 4in Yellow Tang, 6in Sailfin Tang WRASSES: Mystery Wrasse, Possum Wrasse, and Greenbird Wrasse Others: pair of Maroon Gold Stripe Clowns, pair of Mandrin Gobys, Anthesis, Fire Goby
Corals/Plants: 1) large patch of Blue Mushrooms and many species 2) Frog Spawn 3) Green Tong 4) Orange and Purple Caprcornis 5) Yellow Scroll 6) Blastomusa *And a few others*
Tank Size: 542 gallons
Quote: This is one BIG tank
About Yourself: My Dad and I build own tank from sctrach about 3 1/2 years ago. Unfortuntly we were struck by Katrina and lost many corals, so our tanks not at its best.

COMMENTS

If your measurements are right , then your tank should be 628 gallons. You must have measured wrong. If it is 8x3x3 then that would be 540gallons. Just thought i'd give you a heads up. Nice tank! fish avatar

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