110 gallon tank (48”x 18”x 30”), live sand bed, 180 lbs. live rock, 2x250w 10,000K HQI MH lamps, 2x96w actinic 03 blue CF lamps, 4x1w blue moon-glow LEDs, wet-dry filter/sump, Mag-Drive pumps (1x1800 GPH, 2x700 GPH), SCWD wavemaker, venturi protein skimmer, 18 Watt U.V. Sterilizer, 1/4 HP chiller, small hang-on refugium.
Fish: sailfin tang, flame angel, keyhole angel, red-tail trigger, marine beta, flame hawkfish, spotted hawkfish, foxface rabbitfish, green mandarin, redlip blenny, canary blenny, spotted mandarin, yellow watchman goby, engineer gobies, spotted cardinals, green chromis.
Invertebrates: crocea clam, derasa clam, sally lightfoot crab, emerald crab, feather duster worms, assorted snails, assorted shrimp, assorted starfish, assorted hermit crabs.
LPS corals: green frogspawn, hammer coral, anchor coral, torch coral, green open brain, red open brain, scolymia brain, bubble coral, green bubble coral, orange sun coral, flowerpot coral, pagoda coral.
Soft corals: Colt coral, neon mump leather, toadstool leather, finger leather, rasta leather.
Polyps: richordea mushrooms (orange, green, blue), green-stripe mushrooms, bull’s-eye mushrooms, purple mushrooms, green mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, green star polyps, button polyps, clove polyps.
Keeping anemones in a reef tank can be a challenge if you are not fully prepared.
Cultivating a nano tank can be an exciting challenge but unless you choose the right fish for your tank, you may be in trouble.
When you see signs of stress in your fish, you can then take steps to identify the source of that stress and then to resolve it before it becomes a major issue.