Photo #1 - All Your Damsels Are Belong To Us

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Photo Caption: all your damsels are belong to us
320 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - all your damsels are belong to us

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Ranked #950 out of 1579 reef tanks pictures worldwide
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State: Hawaii
Country: United States
Description: 320gal plywood tank with 3/4in glass. big refugium, big skimmer, big pumps, big lights, big everything.
Advice: read, read, read! and damsels are a LOT cooler than everyone makes them out to be!
Fish Kept: 7 yellow tangs, lunare wrasse, flame hawk, fridmani dottyback, neon dottyback, long nose hawkfish, 6 lawnmower blennies, 12 banded gobies, 8 velvet damsels, 28 yellow-tail damsels, 70 blue damsels
Corals/Plants: hard/soft corals, anemones, etc.
Tank Size: 320 gallons
Quote: There were 2 crabs. They work in pairs!

COMMENTS

that is a cool tank ,i think im going to do that w/ my new 220.awesome fish avatar
Why is my tank in the Reef Tank section? There's less than 1/2 dozen corals in my tank, and 100+ fish. fish avatar
the idea of the tank was to just have a big mound in the middle. the tank is 4ft front to back so the picture is a bit deceiving. the main reason for not lining the sides with more live rock is simple: that's 500lb less live rock that i need to buy. :D fish avatar
Question do you not like to allow the corline algae to grow on the back?, then you could stack some Lrock in the back left corner, and hang some from the top to the tip of the stack and make a cave that the fish can swim through. Over all very nice fish avatar
verry big indeed ^^ fish avatar

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