Photo #1 - Just Setting Up - More To Come Soon.

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Photo Caption: Just setting up - more to come soon.
38 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Just setting up - more to come soon.

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 38 gal acrylic corner pentagon w/ built-in corner overflow and 10 gal sump, 24" 2x65 Watt Current PC Dual Satellite Fixture (Dual Daylight 6,700k/10,000k & Dual Actinic 420nm/460nm), AquaC Urchin skimmer w/ Maxi-jet 1200 pump and Rio 2500 return pump.
Advice: I have no advice (I'll be the one asking for it).
Fish Kept: TBD
Corals/Plants: TBD
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: HELP!

COMMENTS

It's not too much sand.... It's called a DSB (deep sand bed) it should be 4-6 inches deep its the best way to set up a saltwater/ reef tank it acts as a nitrate remover and natural food source for your fish/ coral well done fish avatar
HI .DO YOU KNOW THAT IS TO MUSH SAND.... SOME GOOD ADIVCE TAKE SOME SAND OUT fish avatar
cant wait to see the new residents! :) fish avatar

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