Photo #1 - My Sailfin And Naso Tang Hang Out!

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 90 Gallon all glass reef tank. I have a Nova Extreme Fixture, 8x54 Watts, 4 Actinic and 4 10,000K Daylight Lamps. I use a Wet Dry filtrtion system. I also have a 9 Watt UV Sterilizer, a Protein Skimmer, and Phosphate Reactor. I use a Stealth Heater and my temperature is mostly at 77 degrees. I got two Koralia 2, fans that give out more than enough water flow. That sums up what runs my tank!
Advice: Over all, patience should be your # 1concern When keeping a salt water aquarium. You are gonna want your aquarium looking like everyone elses and want to add everything in at once but the longer you wait and observe the tank, the better! Do monthly water changes and keep your water tested for the essentials and you should be fine!
Fish Kept: SailFin Tang, Naso Tang, Clarkii Clown, Green Manderine Goby, 2 Huchtiis Anthias, Green Chromis,Pijama Cardinal, Orange Spotted Goby, and A Sixline Wrasse.
Corals/Plants: Metalic Purple Mushrooms, two types of Green Open Brains, Toadstool Leather, Green Scolymia,Blue Lobo Brain(open),Multi Colored Ricordea,Frogspawn,Red Polyps,Yellow Polyps, Xenias,Red & White Coco Worm, and 29'' Candylactic Anenome, its huge!
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Live today like there was no tomorow!
About Yourself: I love the ocean and my tank is like having my own piece of it.

COMMENTS

The look on that fishes mug is priceless! He is a real beauty, as are all of them. fish avatar
very nice fish, i would like to get one or both of them. fish avatar

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