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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal salt water tank with wet/dry filter, 304 fluval canister filter, a seaclone 150 protein skimmer, 2 power heads, and a heater. I use a light fixture with four 64 watt compact fluorescent lamps and has 2 fans for cooling. The tanks hood has 2 fans that I put in myself.
Advice: Do as much research, and ask as many questions as possible about the things you plan to do to your tank. It may save you some money.
Fish Kept: 1 yellow tang, 1 blue hippo tang, 1 clown fish. 1 coral beauty and 1 damsel
Corals/Plants: live rock, some real corals and some fake. I plan to take all fakes out to replace with the real thing.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: just do it !
About Yourself: Just the average joe with wife and kids. I've kept a tank all my life but i'm fairly new to salt water tanks.

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